India Calls Out Pakistan At UN On Terrorism


India on September 11 had a scathing reply to Pakistan’s jibe on Kashmir and the alleged violations at the 39th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

India’s First Secretary at the Permanent Mission in Geneva Mini Devi Kumam exercised the Right of Reply’ to respond to a statement made by the Pakistani envoy Farukh Amil on the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Rejecting Pakistan’s claims, she said that their efforts were “futile” and references to reports fallacious and motivated.

Highlighting the fact that J&K is an inalienable part of India and the real problem is terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Kumam said, The main challenge in Jammu and Kashmir is cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan. In 2017 alone, unrelenting cross-border terrorism from Pakistan was responsible for 342 terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir resulting in the death of 120 civilian and security personnel. Read more

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