New Zealand Parliament passes a motion condemning Pulwama terror attack
New Zealand Parliament unanimously passed a motion condemning Pulwama terror attack on Wednesday. The motion was a move by New Zealand Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters. He said, “This house condemns the attack on the Indian Central Reserve Police Force personnel in Pulwama.”
Winston Peters further said, “I move the motion that this House condemns the February 14 act of terrorism on Indian Central Reserved Police personnel leading to a very large loss of life. We offer condolences to the people and the government of India and offer solidarity with the government of India in this difficult time as well as offer our deep sympathies to those affected.”
On Tuesday, According to media sources, France will move a proposal at the UNSC 1267 Committee to designate the Pakistani-based JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. India will back this move. Top United Nations Human Rights official also condemned the Pulwama terror attack.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR), Michelle Bachelet, also expressed sadness by the further loss of life from subsequent gun battles in the same area on Monday.
– PTC NEWS