Kashmiri women offer bangles to UN’s Ban over inaction

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MUZAFFARABAD: Women in Pakistan Administered Kashmir on Tuesday offered their bangles to United National secretary general Ban Ki-moon, over UN’s perceived inaction against civilian killings in Kashmir.
Hundreds of refugee women marched in Muzzafarabad, chanting slogans against the UN and India as some clutched their bangles in their hands in protest at the weeks of deadly violence.
“If the secretary general of the UN Ban Ki-moon can’t help Kashmiris, he should wear these bangles and rest,” protester Irshad Qureshi said, clutching her bracelets.
Others held placards saying the bangles were “For UN”. The protesters also burnt the Indian flag.
(Agencies)

One Response to "Kashmiri women offer bangles to UN’s Ban over inaction"

  1. Ahmer   August 24, 2016 at 1:18 am

    Childish gimmicks. There must be a reason the UN is so quiet. It perhaps knows that it is nothing more than a Pakistan-sponsored Halla Gulla.

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