In UNGA, India imposed Pakistan, saying – ‘The shelter of terrorists is Pak, be punished
In the eleventh emergency special session of the United Nations General Assembly, the Indian Counselor said that Pakistan only has to see itself and the record of its past actions as a country, Who gives shelter to terrorists। He is not even punished for this.
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India imposes Pakistan in UNGA
UNGA: In the UN General Assembly UNGA, India has taken Pakistan in a row and has fiercely lashed out at its terrorist duties। This neighboring country was called a refuge of terror। India exercised its ‘right to reply’ against Pakistan। With this, Pakistan was advised to look at its track record as a country providing safe havens to terrorists। In the eleventh emergency special session of the United Nations General Assembly, Indian Counselor Prateek Mathur said that Pakistan only has to see itself and the record of its past actions as a country, One who gives shelter to terrorists and provides safe havens and does so fearlessly। He is not even punished for this.
‘Pakistan always does naughty provocation like handiwork’
He also advised the Pakistani delegation to mention the right to respond, which India has used in the past। Mathur said that I am using this platform to say that India has opted not to respond to Pakistan’s mischievous provocation this time। We would advise the representative of Pakistan to look at the references to the records of rights that we have exercised in the past.
Regretful of provoking Pakistan terrorists
Mathur ‘regretting’ Pakistan’s unnecessary provocation’ Stating that after two days of intense discussion, all the members of the United Nations have agreed that the path of peace to resolve conflict and discord The only way out can be.
Pakistan terrorism nutrient, ‘ Asia Economic Dialogue ’
Here, India lashed out at Pakistan’s terrorist acts in the UN General Assembly, running there in India ‘ Asia Economic Dialogue ’ Foreign Minister S. Jayashankar has called Pakistan a nutrient of terrorism। The Foreign Minister said that India is not going to help Pakistan, which is struggling with plight। He has described Pak as responsible for the current Bengali situation। The foreign minister on Thursday rejected the idea of helping Pakistan get out of its economic plight.