Pak-Origin Lawmaker Raises Kathua Rape In Home Of Lords, Will get Snubbed

Pak-Origin Lawmaker Raises Kathua Rape In House Of Lords, Gets Snubbed

Kathua Rape was raised in Home of Lords to convey perpetrators of human rights abuses in to justice.

London:  The rape and homicide of the Eight-year-old lady in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir was on Monday raised within the UK’s Home of Lords by lawmakers, who known as on the British authorities to “intervene”.

Pakistani-origin peer Lord Ahmed, a staunch critic of the Indian authorities, raised the problem within the Higher Home of the UK parliament.

In her response on behalf of the British authorities, Baroness Stedman-Scott mentioned India has a powerful democratic framework which ensures human rights.

“However we do acknowledge it does face quite a few challenges referring to its measurement and improvement relating to imposing elementary rights enshrined in its Structure,” she mentioned.

“These instances (of rape and homicide) are nothing wanting horrific and we lengthen our condolences to the households of the victims. Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi has been clear that justice will probably be achieved,” she added.


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