Chairman Kashmir Committee of Parliament Shehryar Khan Afridi has expressed vital concern over harassment by the Modi administration of the Amnesty International officers in India.
Chairman Kashmir Committee of Parliament Shehryar Khan Afridi said the human rights watchdog says that the right-wing authorities of India have frozen the checking account of its India division, forcing it to place off workers, stop advertising and marketing marketing campaign and evaluation work in India.
Afridi urged the United Nations Human Rights Council and totally different worldwide human rights groups to take speedy measures to produce passable and urgent security to the officers of the rights of our our bodies and groups working in India.
Amnesty International has launched that it has been compelled to halt its India operations due to assaults from the Modi administration over-reporting on grave human rights in Jammu and Kashmir.
Amnesty International in its assertion said the group has been compelled to let go of workers in India and pause all its ongoing advertising and marketing marketing campaign and evaluation work. This is the most recent throughout the incessant witch-hunt of human rights organizations by the Government of India over unfounded and motivated allegations.