India walks-out of UNGA after Pak PM began propaganda speech

New Delhi, Sep 25 (UNI) India on Friday walked-out of the United Nations General Assembly after Pakistan prime minister mran Khan Ibegan his propaganda speech via video conference. Mijito Vinito, First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of the UN walked out the session after Khan began talking about India in his virtual address.

Permanent Representative of India to the UN, TS Tirumurti described the incident as a “new diplomatic low”. “PM of Pakistan statement a new diplomatic low at the 75th UN General Assembly. Another litany of vicious falsehood, personal attacks, war mongering and obfuscation of Pakistan’s persecution of its own minorities and of its cross-border terrorism. Befitting Right of Reply awaits,” he said in a tweet.

Khan at the session spoke about the rise of Islamophia in various countries around the world, and said Muslims were being killed, mosques were being desecrated and religious hatred stoked at the time of Covid-19 pandemic.

Earlier on Friday, India at the 45th Session of the Human Rights Council said Pakistan should not preach to others, and remember that terrorism was the worst form of human rights abuse and crime against humanity.

“The world doesn’t need lessons on human rights from a country which has been known as nursery and epicenter of terrorism,” said Senthil Kumar, First Secretary to the Permanent Mission of India in Geneva, during India’s right to reply at the session.

He said enforced disappearances, state violence and forced mass displacements, among other forms of persecution were regular features were Balochistan.


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