India uses ‘right to reply’ to send strong message to Pakistan at UN

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Published: July 3, 2015 9:52:38 AM

With India and Pakistan currently locked in a fierce tussle at the ongoing United Nation Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, New Delhi, for the first time ever, used the 'right to reply' rule to cut short Islamabad's blame game on Kashmir.

With India and Pakistan currently locked in a fierce tussle at the ongoing United Nation Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, New Delhi, for the first time ever, used the ‘right to reply’ rule to cut short Islamabad’s blame game on Kashmir.

According to reports, the move was made in order to send a strong message to the Islamic Republic.

The right to reply is a special rule, which allows delegates to interrupt a speaker.

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