In a stinging message, India said that Pakistan has become "a geography synonymous with terror" with a flourishing "industry" producing and exporting global terrorism.
India today lashed out at Pakistan at the United Nations by terming it ‘terroristan’. In a stinging message, India said that Pakistan has become “a geography synonymous with terror” with a flourishing “industry” producing and exporting global terrorism. Exercising its right to reply after Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi raked up the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly, India said the state which protected Osama Bin Laden and sheltered Mullah Omar should has no right to play victim. First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN, Eenam Gambhir lashed out at Islamabad saying world does not need any lesson on democracy, human rights from Pakistan.
“Its current state can be gauged from the fact that Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, a leader of the United nations designated terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba, is now sought to be legitimised as a leader of a political party,” she said, according to reports. Attacking Pakistan, the diplomat said having diverted billions of dollars in international military and development aid towards creating a “dangerous infrastructure of terror” on its own territory, Pakistan is now speaking of the high cost of its terror industry.
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Gambhir said that even as terrorists thrive in Pakistan and roam its streets with impunity, Pakistan lectured about the protection of human rights in India. “The world does not need lessons on democracy and human rights from a country whose own situation is charitably described as a failed state,” Gambhir said.
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“Terroristan is in fact a territory whose contribution to the globalisation of terror is unparalleled. Pakistan can only be counseled to abandon a destructive worldview that has caused grief to the entire world. If it could be persuaded to demonstrate any commitment to civilization, order, and to peace, it may still find some acceptance in the comity of nations,” the diplomat said.