Pakistan uses ‘terrorism’ as a state policy, says India at UN

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Published on: 14 July 2016 9:06 AM GMT
Pakistan uses ‘terrorism’ as a state policy, says India at UN
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United Nations: India has strongly criticized Paksitan for misusing the high-level United Nations forum by raising the Kashmir issue.

“Pakistan is a country that uses terrorism as a state police,” said India’s permanent representative Syed Akbaruddin at the UN.

The debate over this issue was held under the ‘UN@70’ banner.

It may be mentioned that Pakistan’s envoy Maleeha Bodhi had raised the issue of Kashmir and remarked the encounter killing of terrorist Burhan Wani as an ‘extra-judicial killing’. Lodhi even described it as killing of a ‘Kashmiri leader’ which drew a curt and sharp dressing down from India.

"Earlier today, regrettably, we have seen an attempt at misuse of this UN platform from Pakistan. The country that uses terrorism as state policy towards that misguided end. a country that extols the virtues of terrorists and that provides sanctuary to UN-designated terrorists," said Akbaruddin in a rather harsh tone.

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