Bilawal’s statement ‘motivated by baseless politics’, India reprimands Pakistan at UN. False propaganda by India on Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s Kashmir comments at the UN
India to UN: India’s Permanent Representative to UN Ruchira Kamboj Bilawal Bhutto’s Kashmir comments said it was not right to respond to such malicious propaganda.
India at the United Nations: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister at India-hosted talks on Women, Peace and Security at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Bilal Bhutto Pakistan was criticized for raising the Kashmir issue on Zardari’s behalf. India said it was not right to respond to such hate propaganda.
Responding to Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s comments on the Kashmir issue, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj on Tuesday termed his remarks as baseless and politically motivated. “Before concluding my speech, I reject the low, baseless and politically motivated comments of the representative of Pakistan on the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
It is not appropriate to respond to false propaganda – India
In the UN Security Council’s discussion on women, peace and security, Kamboj said, “My delegation feels that it is not right to respond to such malicious and false propaganda.” Instead, our focus should be positive and forward thinking. Today’s discussions are important to strengthen our collective efforts to fully implement the Women, Peace and Security Agenda. We respect the topic of discussion and recognize the importance of time. Our attention should be focused on this matter.
Significantly, Cambodia’s strong reaction came after Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari mentioned Jammu and Kashmir in this month’s Security Council talks led by the president of Mozambique on the eve of International Women’s Day.
Violence against women and girls continues – India
India has told the UN Security Council that violence against girls and women by terrorists continues. He called for a zero tolerance policy against all forms of terrorism, saying it should be strongly condemned.
Kamboj said member states should create an enabling environment for participation and inclusion in political and decision-making processes. “Terrorism and extremism are threats to global peace and security and women and girls are disproportionately affected by them,” she said. Notably, the Security Council passed Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security in October 2000.
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