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India regards U.S. report on human rights as worthless

New Delhi, Apr 25 (Prensa Latina) India described the alleged concerns of the U.S. State Department about alleged human rights violations in the Asian country as deeply biased and worthless.

In a press conference, the spokesman of the Foreign Ministry,Randhir Jaiswal, dismissed such allegations contained in the annual report that the U.S. government authoritatively issues every year to judge other nations.

Jaiswal further stressed this report is deeply biased and shows a misunderstanding of the Asian nation.

We do not attach any value to it and urge them to ignore it as well, the diplomat replied to reporters.

The one-sided report, released by the Department of State (DOS), beough about international rejection, as it contains unfounded accusations against Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Russia and other nations on alleged human rights violations, while avoiding an condemnation against Israel for proven genocide it commits in Palestine.

Plus, international experts claimed that Washington is the worst government to question other States when within the Union even minority groups, such as women and African-Americans, are victims of desecration of their rights on a daily basis.