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“Pakistan Using Small Kids for Its Purpose in Kashmir and Crying for Human Rights.”- Suggests UN

According to a United Nations report released recently, Pakistan – based illegal and banned dread accouterments recruited very small children and used them in Jammu & Kashmir during battles with security forces. The purpose was to cause a ruckus for a long duration in the valley.

Source: The Financial Express

Worldwide over 10,000 children were lost their lives in clashes in 2017 where beyond 8,000 were enlisted or used as assailants by intelligence agencies of countries, as per the report published by UN Secretary General. An information provided by UN Security General, Antonio Guterres, explained 3 occurrence of recruitment and operational usage of children by the 2 terror outfits, disclosed in Jammu & Kashmir.

UN reported, that they acquired reports of recruitment and operational usage of children by the Naxalites, specifically, in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. It is also observed that Pakistan and China have presence in Naxalite areas in India. They pump money for their specific purposes and provoke commotions on frequent occasions.

 

“Naxalites informatively devoted to the practice of a lottery system to conscript the children in Jharkhand,” it further stated that, accumulating children persist to kill and injure at the time of operations of security forces.

UNSG, Antonio Guterres, questioned the Indian Government to put in place measures to hold executioners of child enlistment and use to account and engage with the UN to end and forbid violations counter to children.

Written by Shipra Singh

Shipra is a professional writer with theyouth.in.
She has completed her MBA in International Business and Finance but her passion for writing brought her here . Follow on twitter @Shisinghdh

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