India and Pakistan are embroiled in a heated debate at the United Nations. Last Friday, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan slammed India for creating a “reign of terror” against Muslims. India, meanwhile, has accused Pakistan of harming its neighbors by harboring terrorists.
In a speech to the UN General Assembly, he also accused Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of plotting to make India non-Muslim.
In a video message, Imran said, “Islamophobia is at its worst in India. The hateful Hindutva ideology propagated by the fascist RSS-BJP regime has created a reign of fear and violence over India’s more than 200 million Muslim communities.
The Modi government has revoked the special status of Kashmir, India’s only Muslim-majority region. Citizenship laws are being enforced there. Critics have called the law discriminatory. There have been multiple religious violence in the country.
Imran Khan made the remarks on the day of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with US President Joe Biden. Imran Khan alleges that billions of dollars of trade interests with India are leading to complete impunity for human rights violations there.
Meanwhile, Sneha Dubey, India’s first secretary to the United Nations, responded to Imran Khan’s sting. He accused Pakistan of harboring al-Qaeda.
Targeting Pakistan, Sneha said the country presents itself to the world as a firefighter. But in fact Pakistan is a disguised arsonist.
Sneha alleges that Pakistani terrorists nurture them in their backyards in the hope that they will only harm their neighbors.
Sneha also highlighted the issue of violence against minorities by Pakistan during the Bangladesh War of Independence in 1971, as well as its religious and cultural genocide.
“India has a pluralistic democracy,” said Sneha Dubey. A significant minority is the people who hold the highest positions in the country. ‘
India’s tune with Afghanistan
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday called on the world to work with the Taliban government in Afghanistan at the United Nations. On the same day, India raised its voice against Pakistan against Afghanistan. During talks with US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his concerns about Pakistan. Also on Friday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a quad meeting of the United States, Australia, Japan and India at the White House. There, he raised India’s concerns about Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
After the meeting, Indian Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Sringla said that Pakistan’s role in the situation in Afghanistan and the country’s position on the issue of terrorism should be closely monitored. He complained that Pakistan has played a role in various crises in Afghanistan. The quad will keep an eye on these issues.
Speaking at the UN General Assembly, Imran Khan said that despite global frustration with the Taliban’s caretaker cabinet, they had pledged to form an inclusive government and protect human rights since taking office last month.
Imran Khan said if the world community encourages them, and encourages dialogue, there will be a chance for everyone to win.
Imran Khan called for strengthening and stabilizing the current government in the interest of the people of Afghanistan.