What is cooking up in Congo?


About 4,500 Indian troops are presently posted in Congo under the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission. In the past Indian Army personnel were involved in activities like gold smuggling, sexual abuse and other acts of misconduct, which prompted the Congolese government to write to the UN to stop sending replacements of Indian troops. Indian peacekeepers including Colonel Chand Saroha, instead of supporting Congolese authorities were in support of renegade Tutsi General Laurent Nkunda. Colonel Saroha had been unofficially meeting the rebels groups. In an audio recording of the ceremony the Indian officer called General Laurent Nkunda “brother” and described him as fighting for a “noble cause” and ready to make sacrifices following the example of “true revolutionaries.” In response of remarks of Colonel Chand Saroha, General Nkunda thanked him for his friendship and his support, telling him that he has helped them enormously. UN took serious note of misconduct of Indian peacekeepers and disclosed that the UN mission disowns the personal remarks of Colonel Saroha and reiterates its full support for the Congolese authorities.

Article Source: http://www.markthetruth.com/pakistan-a-the-world/199-what-is-cooking-up-in-congo.html

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