India abstains from the UN vote to investigate Iran's alleged violation of human rights.

India adopted a resolution to form a fact-finding team to investigate a suspected Human Rights Violation in Iran . The protests began after Mahsa Amini, 22, was arrested by Irans morality police for wearing an inappropriate headcarf, later died .

On Thursday, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution was adopted by India to form a fact-finding team to investigate a suspected Human Rights Violation in Iran that began on September 16th, after Mahsa Amini, 22, was arrested by Iran's morality police for wearing an inappropriate headcarf, later died, reportedly demonstrating custodial abuse.Despite this, UN Human Rights Chief Volker Turk requested an independent investigation into the protest movement, which has spanned 150 cities and 140 universities in all provinces of Iran, but the UN High Commissioner reiterated that his office had received numerous emails from Iran about the incident, including domestic investigations.According to UN news, these efforts failed to meet international requirements of impartiality, integrity, and transparency.In response to the High Commissioners' remarks, Iran's deputy, Khadijeh Karimi, Deputy Vice President for Women and Family Affairs, said that the Government had taken the appropriate steps to demand revenge after Aminis' death.

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