In the United Nations General Assembly, Imran Khan Harps 'Kashmir Raag'

 India has reacted sharply after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan raised the issue of Kashmir in his address to the United Nations General Assembly. India has given a befitting reply under Right to Reply to Pakistan, which has again raised the rage of Kashmir on the UN forum, and said that Pakistan has always misused the UN forum.

 India targeted Pakistan on the pretext of terrorism and opened the entire history of Pakistan to the world of supporting terror. India said that these people call terrorist Osama bin Laden a martyr. India told the world that to divert attention from its situation, Pakistan is continuously spreading propaganda against India from the public forum.


First Secretary Sneha Dubey told the United Nations General Assembly on Friday that there has been an attempt by Pakistan's leader to malign the image of this prestigious forum by bringing up India's internal affairs and spreading lies on the world stage. On this effort of his, we have used our Right to Reply.

Sneha Dubey said that the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh were, are and will remain an integral and inseparable part of India. Pakistan has illegally occupied some areas in it. We demand Pakistan to immediately vacate all areas under its illegal occupation.

Criticizing the Pakistani leader for raising the Kashmir issue while addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the young Indian diplomat said Bagyan, with such a mindset of constant lying deserves collective sympathy and contempt.

In the UNGA, India said that Osama Bill Laden had got asylum in Pakistan. Even today bin Laden is called a martyr and glorified in Pakistan.

Dubey said, "We keep hearing that Pakistan is a 'victim of terrorism'. Will harm the neighbours. Our region and indeed the whole world has suffered because of their policies. On the other hand, they are trying to hide the communal violence in their country as acts of terror."

In fact, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing the United Nations General Assembly, spoke about the Indian government's decision on August 5, 2019, on the abolition of Article 370 as well as the death of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani.