- India rubbishes Shehbaz Sharif’s claims on Kashmir issue
- Attack on Pakistan for giving shelter to the perpetrators of Mumbai blasts
- The desire for peace, security and progress in the Indian subcontinent is genuine
New Delhi :
India on Saturday criticized Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif for making anti-India statements on Friday in the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Mijito Vinito, the first secretary of the Indian mission to the United Nations, rubbished Shehbaz Sharif’s claims on the Kashmir issue and accused Islamabad of engaging in “cross-border terrorism”.
Vinito said, “It is regrettable that the Prime Minister of Pakistan has chosen the forum of this prestigious gathering to make false allegations against India. What the world considers unacceptable.”
Giving a clear reference to terrorist Dawood Ibrahim, he said that a country that wants peace will never give shelter to the perpetrators of the 1993 Mumbai bombings.
Vinito said, “A politics that claims it wants peace with its neighbours, will never sponsor cross-border terrorism, nor will it give shelter to the planners of the horrific Mumbai terror attack. It will only be under pressure from the international community.” I will reveal my existence.”
Vinito resolutely reiterated India’s position that it seeks normal neighborly relations with Pakistan in an environment free from terror, hostility and violence.
Referring to the recent incidents of abduction and marriage of girls from Hindu, Sikh and Christian families in Pakistan, India said it is ironic that the country which has committed “serious violations of the rights of minorities” is speaking about minorities on the global stage. I am speaking.
He said, “The desire for peace, security and progress in the Indian subcontinent is real. It is also widely shared and can be realized. This will certainly happen when cross-border terrorism ends.”
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