Authorities must allow people to exercise their correct to illustrate peacefully, UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ spokesperson has said regarding the farmers’ protest in India.
When Stéphane Dujarric, the spokesman for the UN Secretary-General, was once asked approximately the farmers’ protest at a day by day news briefing on Friday, he replied: “As to the question of India, what I would say to you is what I’ve said to others when raising these issues is that people have a correct to illustrate peacefully, and authorities want to let them do so.”
The reporter who asked the question also contended the farmers involved in the protest were being met with “repressive measures” and this had a bearing on India’s democracy. Dujarric responded by saying: “We need to see people have a voice in their lives.”
Trudeau was once the first world leader to remark on the farmers’ protest, telling a Facebook video interplay on Tuesday that the situation in India was once “concerning”. On Friday, the outside matters ministry summoned Canada’s envoy Nadir Patel and told him the remarks by Trudeau and Canadian lawmakers had the potential to “seriously” damage bilateral ties[ad_2]