December 6, 2021



UNICEF concerned over ‘grave child rights violations’ in Afghanistan

Joined Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has communicated worry over an ascent in what it named “grave kid privileges infringement” in Afghanistan and said kids should not pay for this contention with their youth. In a tweet, UNICEF Afghanistan featured the killed of two 17-year young men in a new impact at a Shia mosque in Kandahar.

The blast shook the mosque killing more than 60 individuals and harming more than 80. Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K) assumed the liability for the impact. On its Telegram station, ISIS-K said that the assault and twin impacts were completed by them, revealed Khaama Press.

“Two 17yo young men were supposedly killed when a mosque in #Kandahar was assaulted during Friday supplications. UNICEF is profoundly worried about an ascent in grave kid privileges infringement in Afghanistan. Kids should be secured. Youngsters should not pay for this contention with their adolescence,” UNICEF Afghanistan tweeted.

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) had unequivocally denounced the ‘ghastly fear monger assault’ against the Imam Bargah-e-Fatima Mosque in Afghanistan’s Kandahar area and underlined the need to deal with culprits of the assault.

In an assertion gave by the UNSC, the individuals from the Security Council communicated their most profound compassion and sympathies to the groups of the people in question, and they wished a fast and full recuperation to the individuals who were harmed.

The individuals from the Security Council reaffirmed that psychological oppression in the entirety of its structures and signs establishes one of the most genuine dangers to worldwide harmony and security.

In the midst of reports of raising brutality in Afghanistan post the Taliban takeover, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) early this month embraced a goal to introduce an uncommon rapporteur and a group of specialists to screen common liberties. Individuals from ISKCON Mayapur and Kolkata on Sunday participated in shows, looking for activity against lowlifes who assaulted its sanctuary in Bangladesh two days prior, purportedly leaving one individual dead and many harmed.

The nonconformists took out a candlelight walk, sang kirtans to the backup of ‘khol kartal’ and recited ‘Rabbit Krishna’ at both the spots. In Kolkata, they showed outside the Bangladesh Deputy High Commission for around two hours as the police blockaded its passage. Mayapur is the worldwide central command of ISKCON.

A large number of the dissidents held banners close by that looked for assurance for Hindus in Bangladesh.

“We are anguished and harmed. We advance harmony and fellowship. How is it possible that a would crowd target us? We have consistently been on individuals of Noakhali (in Bangladesh) this load of years,” Radharaman Das, the Kolkata VP of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), kept up with.

Das likewise said that ISKCON individuals would on Monday hold fights outside all international safe havens, departments, high commissions of Bangladesh all throughout the planet, requesting security for minorities in that nation and activity against those engaged with the assaults.

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