Pakistan worldwide acknowledged for freely aiding, training terrorists: India knocks Imran Khan at UNGA


Image Source: ANI ‘Pak has history of supporting terrorists’, India slams Imran Khan in its Right of Reply at UNGA

India slammed Imran Khan in its Right of Reply in action to Pakistan Prime Minister’s referrals to Kashmir in his United Nations General Assembly virtual speech and specified that Islamabad has a recognized history of actively supporting terrorists. Sneha Dubey First Secretary at UNGA stated, “Unfortunately, this is not the very first time the leader of Pakistan has actually misused platforms provided by the UN to propagate incorrect and malicious propaganda versus my country, and seeking fruitless to divert the world’s attention from the unfortunate state of his nation where terrorists take pleasure in free pass while the lives of common people, specifically those coming from the minority communities, are turned upside down.”

“Member States know that Pakistan has an established history and policy of harbouring, helping and actively supporting terrorists. This is a country that has actually been internationally recognized as one openly supporting, training, financing and equipping terrorists as a matter of State policy. It holds the ignoble record of hosting the biggest variety of terrorists proscribed by the UN Security Council,” added Dubey.

She knocked Pakistan for bringing up the internal matter of India.

“We exercise our Right of Reply to another effort by the leader of Pakistan to tarnish the image of this august forum by bringing in matters internal to my nation, and presuming regarding gush falsehoods on the world phase,” she said.

Khan had actually addressed the United Nations General Assembly essentially today where he raked up the Kashmir problem throughout his address.

Asserting that Pakistan desires peace with India, Khan, however, stated sustainable peace in South Asia rests upon the resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir disagreement.

“The onus remains on India to develop a conducive environment for meaningful and result-oriented engagement with Pakistan,” Khan’s statement read.

India’s secretary Dubey discussing the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks said, “We marked the solemn occasion of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks a few days back. The world has not forgotten that the mastermind behind that dastardly occasion, Osama Bin Laden, got shelter in Pakistan. Even today, Pakistan management glorify him as a martyr.”

Dubey further stated, “Unfortunately, even today we heard the leader of Pakistan attempting to justify acts of horror. Such defence of terrorism is inappropriate in the contemporary world.”

Regarding the Pakistani rhetoric of calling themselves as the “victim of terrorism”, she said, “This is the nation which is an arsonist disguising itself as a fire-fighter. Pakistan supports terrorists in their yard in the hope that they will just damage their neighbours. Our region, and in truth the whole world, has suffered since of their policies. On the other hand, they are attempting to cover up sectarian violence in their nation as acts of terror.”

She also described the 1971 genocide of Bangladesh. She said, “This is likewise the country that still holds the despicable record in our area of having executed a spiritual and cultural genocide versus individuals of what is now Bangladesh. As we mark the 50th anniversary this year of that horrid occasion in history, there is not even a recognition, much less accountability.”

She also slammed Pakistan for reducing its minority neighborhoods.

“Today, the minorities in Pakistan – the Sikhs, Hindus, Christians – live in continuous fear and state-sponsored suppression of their rights. This is a routine where anti-Semitism is stabilized by its management and even justified,” included the First Secretary.

“Dissenting voices are muzzled day-to-day and enforced disappearances and extra-judicial killings are well documented,” she added.

Drawing a parallel between India and Pakistan, she said that India is a pluralistic democracy with a considerable population of minorities who have gone on to hold the highest offices in the nation including as President, Prime Minister, Chief Justices and Chiefs of the Army Personnel.

She also stated that, unlike Pakistan, India is a country with totally free media and an independent judiciary that keeps a watch and safeguards our Constitution.

“Pluralism is an idea which is very difficult to comprehend for Pakistan which constitutionally prohibits its minorities from aiming for high workplaces of the State. The least they might do is introspect prior to exposing themselves to mock on the world phase,” added Dubey.

She even more restated that the entire Union Territories of Jammu & & Kashmir and Ladakh were, are and will always be an important and inalienable part of India.

“This includes the areas that are under the unlawful occupation of Pakistan. We hire Pakistan to right away abandon all areas under its illegal profession,” stated Dubey.

She also stated that India desires normal relations with all our neighbours, consisting of Pakistan.

“Nevertheless, it is for Pakistan to work truly towards developing a conducive environment, consisting of by taking credible, verifiable and irreversible actions to not enable any area under its control to be utilized for cross border terrorism versus India in any way,” included Dubey.

(With inputs from ANI)

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Published at Fri, 24 Sep 2021 21:31:36 -0500