Pakistan ‘epicentre of international terrorism’: India slams Imran Khan for glorifying terrorists as martyrs
Slamming Pakistan and its leader over supplying a safe house to terrorists, India, in its Right of Reply at the First Committee General Debate stated Pakistan’s irreversible representative talks about peace, security, while his Prime Minister Imran Khan “glorifies global terrorists like Osama Bin Laden as martyrs”. The response came at the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Monday (regional time).
In Right of Reply, Counsellor in India’s Permanent Objective to the UN, A Amarnath said: “As the epicentre of international terrorism, Pakistan has actually repeatedly enjoyed cross-border terrorism versus its neighbours, with no regard for UN concepts.”
Stressing that Pakistan’s representative discuss peace and security here, Amarnath worried that Pakistan prime minister “glorifies worldwide terrorists like Osama Bin Laden as martyrs”.
The First Committee handles disarmament, worldwide challenges and dangers to peace that affect the worldwide community and looks for solutions to the obstacles in the worldwide security program.
Underlining that and Islamabad has actually been making desperate efforts to market fallacies at multilateral online forums, he stated that such acts are worthy of cumulative contempt.
“Pakistan has made a variety of unsubstantiated allegations against India consisting of in relation to Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. These do not warrant a response as they refer to matters internal to India,” he said.
“Let me repeat here that the whole territory of Jammu and Kashmir, was, is and constantly will be an important and inalienable part of India. This consists of the location that is under unlawful profession of Pakistan,” he added.
Further, Amarnath stated, “We hire Pakistan to instantly vacate all these locations under its illegal occupation.”
(With inputs from ANI)
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