India Boycotts Pakistan After Imran Khan’s Accusations At UN Speech
Islamabad : Due to the Corona virus crisis, the United Nations General Assembly is being organized in a virtual manner this time. During this, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan also addressed the General Assembly. At the same time, when Imran Khan started speaking, the Indian representative present in the UN General Assembly Hall walked out. Imran Khan also commented on India.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan also addressed the session of the United Nations General Assembly. Pakistan PM Imran Khan made many allegations on India. At the same time, when Pakistan’s PM started his address in the UN, India boycotted it. During this, Indian representative TS Tirumurthy present in the UN General Assembly Hall walked out.
— ANI (@ANI) September 25, 2020
India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Thirumurthy said the Pakistan PM’s statement at the 75th United Nations General Assembly was a diplomatically low level. In his statement, he commented on India not seeing his country’s lies, personal attacks, persecution of its minorities in Pakistan and cross-border terrorism.
At the same time, India also responded to Pakistan. In a session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, India gave a befitting reply to Pakistan, saying that the world does not need to take lessons on human rights from a country which is known as nursery and epicenter of terrorism.
Addressing the United Nations Human Rights Council, Senthil Kumar, the first secretary of India’s Permanent Mission in Geneva, said that Pakistan uses every opportunity to make baseless and derogatory remarks against India, showing the negativity of their minds.