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Nw : Jaishankar gave a befitting reply to Bilawal, who spewed venom against India in UN, the whole of Pakistan stopped speaking

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| navbharattimes.com | Updated: 15 Dec 2022, 9: 09 am

India Pakistan Kashmir Be troubled: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari once in the United Nations Security Council Then poison has been spewed against India. Zardari asked the UNSC to implement its resolutions on the Kashmir issue. India’s Foreign Minister Jaishankar gave a befitting reply to this.

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Pakistan raised the issue of Kashmir in UN Bilawal Bhutto spewed venom against IndiaS Jaishankar mentioned Osama in reply

United Nations: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has held a meeting in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Once again the melody of the Kashmir issue has been raised. Bilawal used the opportunity to speak at the United Nations to spew venom against India. But Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar stopped speaking of entire Pakistan with his reply. He said that Pakistan had given shelter to terrorist Osama bin Laden. In such a situation, Pakistan is not capable of preaching. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Wednesday called upon the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to implement its resolutions on the Kashmir issue.
Here Bilawal said, ‘The Security Council should implement its resolutions on the Kashmir issue to promote world order, peace and stability.’ He said that it is the responsibility of the Security Council to promote peace in the world. Earlier, Pakistan’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar alleged on Wednesday that India was involved in terrorist activities in Pakistan. This allegation is being leveled by Pakistan which has been openly saying that it had trained the Taliban who created havoc in the world. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar Said that a country that sheltered Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and attacked its neighboring country’s parliament was not fit to preach at the United Nations. Jaishankar said that the major challenges of our time are pandemic, climate change and terrorism etc. The credibility of the United Nations depends on an effective response to these issues. Jaishankar presided over an open debate in the UNSC on the topic ‘New Direction for International Peace and Security and Reformed Multilateralism’.

India’s Parliament was attacked Jaishankar In his statement, he had mentioned the attack on the Parliament of India. On 13 December 2001, the Parliament was attacked by Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists. Five Delhi Police personnel, a woman CRPF personnel and two parliamentarians were martyred in this attack. An employee and a cameraman were also killed in the attack.

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