India boycotts Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s statement at UN ready to respond to right to reply

India has rejected a statement by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the UN General Assembly. As soon as the name of Imran Khan’s speech was announced, the members of the Indian delegation walked out of the assembly. In fact, India has boycotted Pakistan for raising the Kashmir issue and making statements against India.

Imran Khan had to lie once again while addressing the UN General Assembly. He said that the RSS was trying to build India as a Hindu nation, leaving behind the secular values ​​of Gandhi and Nehru. Let us know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the UN Conference today. There is a possibility that Prime Minister Modi may respond appropriately to Pakistan during his speech.

At the same time, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nati ons, Imran Khan, described the statement as “diplomatically low”. He said Imran Khan’s remarks included making false allegations, making personal attacks and making comments about India without looking at the situation of minorities in his country. He said the answer would be given in the right to reply.

Must Read:-  Pakistani MP claims: Qureshi told army chief Bajwa, let India go, otherwise India will attack

On Tuesday, India rejected Pakistan’s argument that the Kashmir issue was one of the longest-running disputes in the United Nations (UN). At the same time, Pakistan was advised to focus on the unfinished business of counter-terrorism. In a video message marking the 35th anniversary of the United Nations, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi praised the UN’s achievements, but also called them “failures and mistakes.”

Must Read:-  Covid-19: About 3.99 crore samples have been tested in the country so far, more than 2.3 million have been recovered.

Enter your email address To Get Update Latest News

Delivered by FeedBurner

He said, “The members of the organization are saying as much as they should be. Jammu and Kashmir and Palestine dispute is a long-running dispute. The people of Jammu and Kashmir are waiting for the UN’s promise to give them the right to make decisions.”

.

q? encoding=UTF8&MarketPlace=IN&ASIN=9353621887&ServiceVersion=20070822&ID=AsinImage&WS=1&Format= SL250 &tag=chandansen 21ir?t=chandansen 21&l=ur2&o=31&camp=3638

Leave a Reply

Scroll to Top