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India slams Pakistan for 'weaponising' women's rights issues at UNGA

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 8 October 2019
India has lashed out at Pakistan for "weaponising" women's rights issues for self-serving political gains in Jammu and Kashmir, saying it is ironical that a country where violations of women's right to life in the name of 'honour' go unpunished is making "baseless" statements about it in India.
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Without naming Pakistan, Ms. Tripathi said that the country covets the territory of others and camouflages its “vile intentions with fake concerns”.
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