“Propaganda”: India’s response to Pakistan’s Hina Rabbani at UN
New Delhi: India has exercised its right of reply at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to criticize Pakistan’s representative Hina Rabbani Khar over the country’s security takeover, calling it a “malicious campaign” against India.
Addressing the assembly, Indian representative Seema Bhujani said, “Pakistan’s obsession with India while fighting for population, livelihood and independence is a symptom of the state’s misplaced priorities. I urge its leadership and officials to put their energies to work in the interest of their own people instead of baseless propaganda.”
He regretted the comments made by the Turkish delegation and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) regarding Jammu and Kashmir.
“We regret the comments made by Turki on India’s internal affairs and advise him to refrain from making unsolicited comments on our internal affairs,” Seema Bhujani said.
“Regarding the OIC statement, we reject any unnecessary references to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The fact remains that entire areas of the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh have been, are and always will be a part of India. .Pakistan is in illegal occupation of Indian territory. We call on India to desist from state-sponsored terrorism. “Instead of calling on its member Pakistan to end its occupation of the territory, the OIC has allowed Pakistan to be hijacked in its malicious campaign against India,” he added.
Without mentioning India by name, Pakistan’s Minister of State for External Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar on Thursday said the country’s “generous” supply of conventional and non-conventional weapons severely affects South Asia’s strategic stability and is a “national threat” to her country. Safety”.
“The largest country in the region continues to be an exceptional user of nuclear energy,” he told a high-level United Nations panel during a video conference from Islamabad, per Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper.