Indian top officials give frustrating response to Pakistan at UN Secuirty Council
India's first secretary at the Indian mission in United Nations in Geneva, Senthil Kumar, said that Pakistan should first introspect before pointing fingers at others.
"Pakistan has twice chosen to divert the attention of the Council with its imposturous political propaganda full of disinformation and gratuitous references about India's internal matters today. It will be better for Pakistan to set its own house in order before it speaks about others."
Enumerating the cases of human rights violations in Pakistan, Senthil Kumar said, "Security forces in Pakistan have gained proficiency in unlawful killings and kidnapping of people in so-called counter-terrorism operations. This has been compounded by a weak judiciary in Pakistan which has consistently failed to protect even the basic human rights of the people in Pakistan."
This, he added, "is the plight of daughters, sisters and mothers in Pakistan".
"They say in Imran Khan's Naya Pakistan [new Pakistan], you may not return home," he said.