Pakistan strongly hits back at India in UN General Assembly
NEW YORK – Pakistan hits back at India, quoting instances of the Indian sponsorship of terrorism and aggression against all its neighbours, saying New Delhi becomes the principle perpetrator, sponsor, financier, and abettor of terrorism in South Asia.
After Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif wrapped up his maiden address to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday, in which he criticized Modi led government over atrocities in occupied Kashmir, the Indian delegation exercised its right to reply.
In his speech, the first secretary of the Indian Mission to the UN, Mojito Vinito leveled allegations at Pakistan for sheltering terrorists behind the horrific terror attacks and accused it of sponsoring cross-border terrorism.
In response, Pakistan’s first blind diplomat and counselor at the Pakistan Mission to the United Nations, Saima Saleem, categorically trashed Indian allegations about Islamabad’s involvement in terrorist acts.
Pakistani Mission to the UN said the myth of terrorism created and propagated by India, cannot and will not hide the stark reality that people of Pakistan, the Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and its own minorities are victims of its state-sponsored terrorism.
She mentioned instances of the Indian sponsorship of terrorism and aggression against all its neighbours that makes New Delhi the “principle perpetrator, sponsor, financier and abettor” of terrorism in South Asia.