India calls Pakistan 'Terroristan' in United Nations speech row

Remigio Civitarese
Settembre 24, 2017

In an interview, he said Indian foreign and interior ministers had expressed their reservations over CPEC.

APHC spokesman said without the resolution of Kashmir issue, Peace in the sub continent will remain a challenge; it's high time that India and Pakistan take serious steps to resolve the long pending Kashmir issue before it takes ugly turn.

He added, "Pakistan is not prepared to do is to fight the Afghan war on Pakistan's soil. Despite over 600 violations since January this year Pakistan has acted with restraint". "Pakistan is now "Terroristan", with a flourishing industry producing and exporting global terrorism".

On Abbasi's claim that 27,000 Pakistanis have been killed by extremists since the launch of the USA war on terror and the call for a priority on eliminating extremists, including from the militant Islamic State (IS) group and al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Gambhir responded that Pakistan was legitimising leaders such as Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, a leader of the UN-designated terror organisation Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT).

"Though Pakistan is headed towards isolation, its leaders are not acknowledging it", Haqqani said.

He said that both Pakistan and Afghanistan have independent diplomatic policies and their relations with other countries do not affect their mutual relationship. Even as terrorists thrive in Pakistan, we have heard the country lecture about the protection of human rights in India.

Asked about the contact group of the OIC calling for the implementation of the United Nations resolution on Kashmir, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the issue should be resolved between India and Pakistan. "His mandate should flow from the longstanding but unimplemented resolutions of the Security Council", Abbasi said.

In his speech, PM Abbasi following his predecessor former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said India is using massive and indiscriminate force to suppress the Kashmiris, shooting indiscriminately at children, women and youth. India blames Pakistan for fuelling the unrest, a claim denied by Islamabad.

He was not shy to publicly name the India for its involvement in the "campaign of subversion and state sponsored terrorism against Pakistan, including from across our western border".

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