March 23, 2023

Un dismisses irrelevant submissions by Nithyananda kailasa

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The UN human rights office said that the talk of the people of Kailasa was futile.
No consideration will be given to it.
The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said they were barred from distributing propaganda material.

Geneva. The United Nations Human Rights Office on Thursday made it clear that representatives of the so-called ‘United States of Kailasa’ (USK), founded by Indian fugitive Nithyananda, visited Geneva last week. Any presentation made at his public meetings in 1996 was frivolous and would not be considered in the final draft. Confirming the participation of “representatives of the so-called country ‘Kailaasa'” in their two public meetings, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said they were prevented from distributing publicity material and their slurred speech was ignored.

This was such a meeting, in which the door for registration was open for all. Due to which the people of so-called ‘Kailaasa’ got a chance to participate in it. An OHCHR spokesperson said registration for such public events is open to NGOs and the general public. Anyone can present their information on this platform. On the basis of their credibility, the organization decides further action. When the forum was opened to the public on February 24, a representative of ‘Kailasha’ spoke briefly in the general discussion. His point was superficial, so the committee will not consider it.

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There was no immediate comment on the matter from the Permanent Mission of India in Geneva. However, TS Tirumurti, former Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, termed it as a complete misuse of UN procedures. He said that it is a complete abuse of UN procedures that representatives of an organization run by a fugitive, NGO or any other form, participate in the UN meeting. India has been calling for a stricter process to ensure that only credible NGOs are recognized there.

Tags: human rights commission, Nithyananda, United Nations, united nations

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