Pakistan and Indian diplomats clash at the top UN forum
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Indian diplomats clash at the top United Nations forum.
Pakistan has strongly raised serious concerns over human rights in Jammu and Kashmir at the 43rd Session of the Human Rights Council.
India on Friday slammed Pakistan asking it to stop terror funding and dismantle terrorist camps operating from its soil and territories under its control.
It also asked Pakistan to end the illegal and forcible occupation and reverse te demographic changes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Exercising the right of reply after Pakistan raised concerns over human rights in Jammu and Kashmir at the 43rd Session of the Human Rights Council here, First Secretary in India's Permanent Mission Vimarsh Aryan said that the international community cannot be misled by Pakistani hysterical reactions at all global forums to malign India.
India's statement came a week after the global terror financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris decided to retain Pakistan in its 'Grey List'.
Giving Pakistan a 10-point advice list, the Indian diplomat asked it to stop terror funding and dismantle terrorist camps operating in the country and territories under its control.
"End the illegal and forcible occupation and reverse the demographic changes in Pakistan Jammu and Kashmir.
India also asked Pakistan to stop public advocacy and support for terrorists by Pakistani leadership at the highest level. "Take structural reforms to develop a semblance of democracy in Pakistan.