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    India Slams Pakistan’s Imran Khan at UNGA for ‘Misusing’ UN to Further Nefarious Agenda


    Prime Minister Imran Khan called India a state sponsor of Islamophobia in his speech at the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday. As Khan also reiterated his demand of mediation in the Kashmir dispute, it provoked a strong reaction from Delhi.

    India on Friday hit out at Pakistan for raising the abrogation Jammu and Kashmir's special status at the UN, calling upon Islamabad to stop using the global outfit to advance its “nefarious” agenda against New Delhi. 

    Speaking during India's “Right of Reply” to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's speech at the UNGA, India's First Secretary Mijito Vinito said: “What should rather be on the agenda of the UN is Pakistan's deep state and its unrelenting political and financial support to terrorist organisations and mercenaries which are a threat to global peace and security.”

    The Indian official also rejected the Pakistan leader's demand for an intervention in the Kashmir dispute, calling the recently carved out Union Territory as an “integral and inalienable part of India”.

    Rebuffing Khan's allegation that Islamophobia (fear of Islam) is state-sponsored in India, Vinito rather highlighted the instances of religious discrimination against minorities in Pakistan.

    “The only crowning glory that this country has to show to the world for the 70 years is terrorism, ethnic cleansing, majority fundamentalism and clandestine nuclear trade,” he added.


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