Pakistan Vs India: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had issued several statements against India along with raising the Kashmir issue in the United Nations General Assembly. Now India has also given a befitting reply to Pakistan. India has given a befitting reply to Pakistan regarding terrorism in its address at the UN. Mijito Vinito, India’s first secretary at the United Nations, said that peace and security will only happen when cross-border terrorism ends.
In fact, addressing the session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Shahbaz Sharif had claimed that India’s ‘illegal and unilateral’ move on 5 August 2019 to change the special status of Jammu and Kashmir further undermined the prospects of peace. and has fueled regional tensions. At the same time, now using the right of reply, India retaliated strongly.
‘Peace requires an end to cross-border terrorism’
During the United Nations General Assembly, Mijito Vinito said that the desire for peace, security in the Indian subcontinent can be realized, but this will happen only when terrorism across the border ie Pakistan ends. The government will be clear with the inter-community and their people, when minorities are not persecuted.
Pakistan raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir
In fact, Shahbaz Sharif, raising the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, said that India has increased its military deployment in Jammu and Kashmir, making it the most militarized region in the world. This is the right time when India should clearly understand this message that both the countries are armed with weapons. War is not an option. Only peaceful dialogue can solve these issues so that the world becomes more peaceful in the times to come.
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