India’s Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said Monday that the terrorists who kill innocent people don’t deserve any “cover or privilege” of human rights.
Addressing the Human Rights Day Function, organized in New Delhi by National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Naqvi said that it is unfortunate that some organizations and people are more interested in raising voice regarding “human rights” of these terrorists and those organizations who challenge the national security and kill innocent people.
He added that such terrorist organizations and some anti-social elements consider killing of civilians, attacking the security forces, spreading terror, and conspiring to disturb peace of the world as their “human rights.”
Naqvi said that social, economic, religious and other human rights of every community are safer in India than any other democratic country of the world. He added that social and cultural harmony is the source of unity of India despite various languages, religions, and communities.
NHRC Chairperson Justice H L Dattu, senior officials, and others attended the Human Rights Day Function.
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