India on Tuesday flatly rejected Pakistan's claims of largescale human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, assuring the international community that the situation in the region has vastly improved in the weeks following the scrapping of its special status. "Despite challenging circumstances, Jammu and Kashmir's civil administration is ensuring basic services, essential supplies, normal functioning of institutions, mobility and near-total connectivity. Democratic processes have been initiated," Indian diplomat Vijay Thakur Singh said at a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council, listing out the various ways in which restrictions are being continually eased in the region.
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