The young diplomat spent most of his childhood in Goa and completed his studies there.
Who Is India’s First Secretary Sneha Dubey Who Is India’s First Secretary in the United Nations (UN) Sneha Dubey fiercely classed Pakistani PM Imran Khan in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). After Imran Khan’s speech, he exposed Pakistan’s pole to the world under India’s right to answer. Sneha Dubey dominates after her 5 minute long answer.Also Read – In UNGC, India retaliated for Pakistan’s raging Kashmir and calling Geelani a martyr
Dubey said in his powerful address that this is not the first time that Pakistan PM Imran Khan has misused the platform of UNGA for his propaganda. He also clearly underlined that Pakistan is a country that provides ‘free passes’ to terrorists from which common people are suffering. Also Read – Joe Biden told PM Modi – India should be a permanent member of the Security Council, somewhere on terrorism and Taliban
In the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), in response to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s rhetoric on the Kashmir issue, India said that Pakistan is a country where terrorists can come freely. He is a “fire slayer” while pretending to be a “fire extinguisher” and the whole world has suffered because of his policies as Pakistan fosters terrorists. Also Read – Taliban’s offer to Pakistan Cricket Board, ready to host ODI series
Shortly after her speech, the young diplomat Sneha, who reprimanded Imran Khan, won the hearts of millions of Indians. India’s First Secretary to the United Nations Sneha Dubey said on Friday at the United Nations General Assembly, “In response to another attempt by the leader of Pakistan to bring India’s internal affairs on the world stage and malign the image of this prestigious forum by spreading lies.” We are exercising our right to reply.
Who is Sneha Dubey?
First Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs at UNGA, Sneha is a 2012 batch IFS officer who completed her education after obtaining her MPhil from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. The young diplomat spent most of his childhood in Goa and completed his studies there. From a very young age, Sneha expressed her desire to join the Indian Foreign Service and passed the Civil Services Examination in the year 2011 in her very first attempt. Sneha is the first in her family to join government services. She says her motivation to join the overseas services was a combination of learning about international affairs, the thrill of discovering new cultures, being a part of important policy decisions, and helping people.
The young Indian diplomat slammed Pakistan for once again raising the slogan of Kashmir in the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, saying, “Those making such statements and telling lies should be condemned collectively. Such people deserve sympathy because of their mentality.
Dubey said, “We have been hearing that Pakistan is a ‘victim of terrorism’. It is the country that has set itself on fire and presents itself as the fire extinguisher. Pakistan fosters terrorists in the hope that they will only harm their neighbours. The region and indeed the whole world has suffered because of his policies. On the other hand, they are trying to hide the communal violence in their country as terrorist acts.