Since the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Spoke of Kashmir and praised terrorist Burhan Wani to a domestic audience, India made as scalding statement today at the podium of United Nations, telling the nearby country’s approach as an “anachronistic” on that is past its “sell by date”.
India’s permanent ambassador to UN Syed Akbaruddin said India’s response to Pakistan remains dependable. He further said, “Through away your useless chase. Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and will remain accordingly. No amount of international fora by Pakistan will change that reality.”
India raises voice to make International norms prosecute against terrorist
Akbaruddin said on the big issue of terrorism, the UN is” is “yet to come up with a coherent policy, let alone take the lead on one of the biggest threats to global peace and security”.
He also said, in spite of 20 years of talks, there is no international norm to prosecute. The “inability to address what is amongst the most dangerous of scourges faced by States and societies since World War II raises questions about the relevance of our organization”.
His comments were as same like as the foreign minister Sushma Swaraj’s scornful speech of Pakistan from the same dice. It was that same place where Nawaz Sharif made his appeal for involvement that was almost ignored by the international community.
Why Shariff made Jibes to PM Modi?
On the other hand, aiming at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and made taunt on his statement, Sharif addressed to his domestic audience at a joint session of Pakistan’s parliament said “”Burhan’s Wani’s martyrdom got Kashmir’s movement to a turning point. Killing innocent people can’t stop this movement now”.
Poverty cannot be eradicated with tanks or farmlands says, Nawaz
While responding Modi’s speech last month challenging Pakistan to compete over eliminate poverty and other social ills, he said if they want us to fight them to end poverty, then they should understand that poverty cannot be eradicated by driving tanks or farmlands.