On the Kashmir issue, Pakistan, Turkey and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have once again tried to surround India. At the 45th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Pakistan, Turkey and the OIC commented on India’s internal issue and alleged human rights violations. After this, Pawan Bathe, the first secretary of India’s Permanent Mission in Geneva, under the right to answer, has given a befitting reply to these three.
India has rejected criticism of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the United Nations meeting. India has said on Tuesday that the process of restoring democracy and economic development in Jammu and Kashmir has accelerated, while Pakistan has tried to bring many obstacles in the process.
India said that it has become a habit of Pakistan to malign India by making false and false accusations. India and other countries do not need a lecture on human rights from a country which continuously harasses religious and racial minority groups and is the center of terrorism.
The Indian representative said that the poor condition of the people in Pakistan’s Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh opens its pole. Not a single day goes by when no member of a family goes missing in Balochistan.
India said, Pakistan gives pension to those banned from the United Nations and their Prime Minister proudly accepts that thousands of terrorists take training in their country to fight in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Indian representative said in his reply that it is not surprising that many global institutions are worried about Pakistan’s failure to stop financing terrorism. The Indian representative said that there is no future left for religious and racial minority groups in Pakistan. Minorities are not at all safe in Pakistan due to systematic harassment of minorities, blasphemy laws, forced conversions, murders, communal violence and discrimination. In Pakistan, thousands of Sikh, Hindu and Christian women are being kidnapped and married and forcibly converted.
India objected to the statement of the Islamic Cooperation Organization regarding Jammu and Kashmir. India said that the OIC has no right to comment on India’s internal issue. OIC is allowing its misuse in the hands of Pakistan. The members of the OIC should decide whether it is in their interest to allow their misuse for Pakistan’s agenda.
India also advised Turkey to refrain from commenting on India’s internal issue. Turkey has been supportive of Pakistan’s stand on the Kashmir issue. Turkish President Rechep Tayyip Erdovan said in a statement that India has occupied Kashmir.