Pakistan raises Kulbhushan Jadhav’s matter in response to Indian allegations at UNGA
NEW YORK: Pakistan on Monday raised the issue of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s matter in United Nations General Assembly in response to Indian allegations at the world body.
Exercising Pakistan’s right to reply, Pakistan’s Tipu Usman said that India, in order to become a regional hegemon, is churning out operatives of mayhem from its factories of terror, operatives like Kulbhushan Jadhav, who are spreading terror and violence across Pakistan.
“We caught Jadhav red handed, we will catch other as well and bring them to justice,” said Usman.
The Pakistani representative made it clear that it is not Pakistan, but India’s animus against Pakistan, that is its biggest enemy.
Usma said that Indian leaders are pursuing a policy of state sponsorship of terrorism, funding and arming terrorist organizations like TTP and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar to launch terrorist attacks inside Pakistan, killing hundreds of innocent women, men and children.
‘Kashmiris will never be defeated’
As India accused Pakistan of terrorism in Kashmir, Pakistani representative reminded UN that India is diverting the attention of the international community from the real issue issue of human life, of human eyes, of children and infants blinded forever, of women raped and elderly killed every day by the reign of brutality unleashed by the occupation forces in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
“The real issue is of Security Council resolutions, which India refuses to implement,” said the Pakistani representative.
The Pakistani diplomat reminded India that it kills and tortures innocent Kashmiris and its state terrorism has been amply documented by successive human rights reports of various international organizations.
“Let me tell you Mr. President, Kashmiris will never be defeated. Kashmiris will take bullet after bullet; pellets after pellets but they will never give up. Just like Nelson Mandela never gave up, just like the people of Palestine never gave up,” said the Pakistan representative.
Usman added that India’s diversionary tactics will not change the situation on ground.
“We ask this world body to act as the conscience of the world to ensure that no child is ever blinded again, that no women is raped again, that no elderly is pushed to the ground and killed. Kashmiris want freedom from this brutal Indian occupation; they will continue to rise, again and again and again,” the Pakistani representative concluded.