In a sharp attack on Pakistan, India has said that if the UN has an “unfinished agenda”, it is to combat terrorism and the country’s crisis, a globally recognized epicenter, that catches terrorists and Trains. And salutes them as martyrs.
On Monday, exercising India’s right to respond, Vidisha Maitra, the first secretary of the United Nations in the country’s permanent mission, said: “Pakistan is a country globally recognized as the epicenter of terrorism, which is its Trains and kills terrorists by their own admission. As martyrs and constantly persecutes their ethnic and religious minorities “.
She was referring to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks in the country’s parliament, where she called former al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden a “martyr”.
“We reject the malicious reference made to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral part of India. If there is an item that is incomplete on the agenda of the United Nations, it will deal with the menace of terrorism is.” Vidisha Maitra said.
As United Nations member countries mark 75 years of the UN in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi addressed the high-level meeting on Monday during his address on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. did. On the 75th anniversary of the World Organization.
Qureshi said that Jammu and Kashmir and Palestine were the “most quarrels and long-standing dispute” of the United Nations and that the people of Jammu and Kashmir still fulfill the commitment made by the United Nations to give them the right to self-determination. Are waiting for “
With Pakistan again raising the Kashmir issue on the United Nations stage, Vidisha Maitra said that India hoped that during this commemoration of a shared global milestone, the General Assembly was called “another repeat of baseless liars”. Which has now become a trademark, Pakistan intervenes on such platforms ”.
However, for a country that is beyond the milestones, one can only expect a stoned and blunt approach to reason, diplomacy and negotiation.
“Everything we have heard today has never been written about the internal affairs of India by a Pakistani representative,” he said.
Strongly rejecting the malicious reference made to Jammu and Kashmir, Vidisha Maitra said that Pakistan would “draw attention to these pressing concerns immediately rather than misuse UN platforms by diverting attention from them” . ”