UN: India Hits Back At Pakistan, After Jammu Kashmir Issue Pointed Out


In the United Nations, Pakistan repeatedly condemned India for the second consecutive day, on which India strongly condemned it. In front of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, India said that the world does not have to seek democracy education from a country which itself is known as a failed country. Mini Devi Kumam, representing India, also said that Pakistan is such a failed country where the dreaded terrorist Osama bin Laden gets a hiding place and terrorists like the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed roam freely there.

Earlier, the issue of Kashmir was raised by Pakistan. Tahir Andrabi, who was representing Pakistan, had said again about the referendum in Kashmir. On this, Kumam responded that while seeking this, Pakistan forgets that it will first have to vacate the occupied Kashmir by Pakistan which we call Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).Kumam further said, “Where the country has been providing security to Osama bin Laden, where Mullah Omar finds refuge, he should collect some logic before appearing as a victim.” Kumam also said that Pakistan is not firing off the border with the border. Tahir also accused India of working against humanity in Kashmir. He also made false allegations of ceasefire violation by India. On this, Kumam made it clear that the real problem in Kashmir is terrorism and that is the enemy of humanity. She also mentioned the oppression of minorities in Pakistan. Indian representative lodged a strong protest against this attitude of Pakistan. On the allegations related to the alleged human rights of Pakistan, India said, “The council should know that the false concerns about human rights are being expressed by the country which has oppressed people of Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Have done Pakistan has long been trying to hide its regional ambitions and terrorism as a state policy by talking about human rights.

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