Indian Ambassador to the United Nations told Pakistan bluntly – it is not even worthy to respond to false propaganda

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India has once again slammed Pakistan on the Kashmir issue on the global platform of the United Nations. India’s Permanent Representative Ambassador Ruchira Kamboj gave a scathing reply to Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Zardari in the United Nations. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Zardari made an explicit reference to Jammu and Kashmir in a council debate organized under the President of Mozambique for this month on International Women’s Day.

India raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in the Security Council debate on ‘Women, Peace and Security’ after its Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Responding to his remarks on the Indian Union Territory, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Ruchira Kamboj on Tuesday said it is not even ‘worthy’ to respond to such ‘malicious and false propaganda’. He called his statement baseless and politically motivated.

Speaking in the open debate, Ruchira Kamboj remarked, “Before concluding the debate, I must disavow the frivolous, baseless and politically motivated remarks made by the representative of Pakistan regarding the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir “My delegation also finds it unfit to respond to such malicious and false propaganda,” he added.

Highlights of Indian Ambassador’s speech

– Kamboj reacted sharply and said in a Security Council debate on ‘Women, Peace and Security’ that “most atrocities and crimes against women and girls occur under conditions of foreign occupation and suppression of people’s right to self-determination .

India has conveyed in the past, that the entire area of ​​the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh was, is and will always be a part of India for Pakistan.

The country has reiterated that it wishes to have friendly relations with its hostile neighbor Pakistan on a normal basis and the onus lies on Islamabad to foster such a relationship in an environment free of terrorism and hostility.

Posted By: Navodit Saktawat