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India against sending an UN investigation team to Sri Lanka

India against sending an UN investigation team to Sri Lanka The Indian government has reiterated that it is against sending an United Nations investigation team to Sri Lanka to probe human rights violations allegedly committed by the Sri Lankan security forces during the decades-long war.The previous UPA government of India abstained from voting on the UN resolution adopted in March this year at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva mandating the investigation to be led by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.India voted against the specific paragraph of the resolution, Operative Paragraph 10 that called for sending an international team to Sri Lanka.During the discussions held between India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Sri Lankan counterpart Minister ...
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