India replies back to Pakistan allegations at UN with killed Army officer photo

India replies back to Pakistan allegations at UN with killed Army officer photo
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NEW YORK: India on Monday slammed the neighbouring country Pakistan for its designs in Jammu and Kashmir, Zee News has reported.

Exercising the right to reply, India's representative Paulomi Tripathi said, "Permanent representative of Pakistan (Maleeha Lodhi) in her statement sought to divert attention from their role as the hub of global terrorism. 

She did so by callously holding up a picture if an injured girl. It was the photo of Rawya abu Joma from Palestine."

"Pakistan mislead Assembly by displaying the picture to spread falsehoods about India, fake picture to push a false narrative. 

We are constrained to show a photo that reflects real picture of pain inflicted by nefarious designs of Pakistan on India," she added.

Showing the photo of the young Kashmiri Army officer who was killed by militants, Tripathi said, "We are constrained to show a photo that reflects real picture of pain inflicted by nefarious designs of Pakistan on India. 

This is a real picture, of Lt Ummer Fayaz, a young officer from J&K. He was brutally tortured and killed by Militants.

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