New Delhi: The United Nations has expressed concern over the violence and communal clashes between pro and anti-CAA groups in north-east Delhi. United Nations Human Rights Commission High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet has expressed ‘police inaction’ and ‘grave concern’ during the attack on Muslims. Along with this, she said that Indian politicians should stop such violence. On CAA, Bachelet said that a large number of Indians belonging to different communities have responded in a peaceful manner to the CAA.
She said, ‘I am concerned about the attacks on Muslims by another community and the action of the security forces on the people who performed peacefully. It has now turned into communal attacks in which 34 people have died so far. I want to appeal to all the leaders to stop the violence. The situation has now become very serious and 34 people have been killed since Sunday. ”She said this at the 43rd session of the UN Human Rights Council on human rights developments around the world in Geneva.