Indian diplomat slams Imran Khan at UNGA, calls Pakistan an arsonist disguised as firefighter

Indian diplomat Sneha Dubey tore into Pakistan and its Prime Minister Imran Khan after the latter once again raised the Kashmir issue during his United Nations General Assembly speech and sought to justify terrorism.

Exercising the right of reply on behalf of India, First Secretary Sneha Dubey described Pakistan as an arsonist disguised as a firefighter.

During his speech at the UNGA, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan asked India to reverse its August 5, 2019 decision to scrap Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. He also sought the reversal of demographic changes in the region and stopping alleged human rights violations.

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Asserting that Pakistan has an established history of actively supporting terrorists, the Indian foreign official slammed Imran Khan's attempts to tarnish the UNGA's image by raising India's internal matters and for spewing falsehoods on the world stage.

Setting the record straight, India made it clear that the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh were, are and will always be integral and inalienable parts of India. 

The Indian response also called upon Islamabad to immediately vacate all territories under its illegal occupation.

Reiterating that Pakistan has an established history and policy of harbouring and actively supporting terrorists, Senha said that India's neighbouring country that has been globally recognised as openly aiding, abetting, financing and arming terrorists as part of its State policy.

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"Pakistan still holds the despicable record in our region of having orchestrated and executed a religious and cultural genocide against the people of what is now Bangladesh. As we mark the 50th anniversary of that horrid moment in history, there is not even an acknowledgement much less, accountability," First Secretary Dubey said.

"Minorities of Pakistan (Sikhs, Hindus, Christians) live in constant fear and suffer from state-sponsored suppression of their rights. This (Pakistan) is a regime where anti-semitism is justified and even normalised by its leadership. Dissenting voices are muzzled daily. extra-judicial killings and disappearances are well-documented," she added.

India slammed Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for trying to justify terror, stating that such actions were unacceptable in the modern world.



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