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The UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday elected 15 nations as part of its new members. Among them are Pakistan and China, two countries in the news for its atrocities on its ethnic population. Both countries have dubious human rights records, with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calling these nations having an 'abhorrent human rights record'. A seat in the UNHRC is prestigious but electing dubious members on board undermines the very purpose of the council, viz, protecting individual freedom and rights. The CCP regime has been under fire from various quarters for its ethnic atrocities on Uyghurs, Tibetans and Mongolians by banning their culture and 'Sinicization' of Buddhism. Similarly, Pakistan at the behest of its iron-clad brother, have been ramping up atrocities against Balochs, Sindhis & Pashtuns, while at the same time undermining the autonomy of PoK region, under its illegal occupation.


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