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UN General Secretary asks India to cease all types of child abuse in IIOJ&K

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has voiced concern about the detention and torture of children in India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and urged the Modi government to protect Kashmiri children.

The appeal is made in the Annual Report on Children and Armed Conflict published by the special envoy on this issue, Virginia Gamba.

He called on the Indian government to stop all forms of child abuse in prisons and enact the Juvenile Justice (Child Care and Protection) Act 2015.

According to a UN report, a total of 39 children were killed and injured by cannon shells and several casualties in other operations, including 13 in gunfire and gunfire.

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