India lashes out at UN over these topics of discussions

Recently, India strongly opposed the moves of Pakistan at the UN. Hours after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan proposed the Kashmir issue in the 75th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Friday, India immediately answered to Khan's comments and requested the United Nations for the floor to exercise the Right to Reply in response to Pakistan's statements. Indian delegate Mijito Vinito, who had earlier walked out of the hall when Imran Khan's pre-recorded statement was played, presented India's stand.

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In a strongly-worded reply, India stated, "The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is an integral and inalienable part of India. The rules and legislation brought in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir are strictly internal affairs of India." Earlier, Imran Khan had said, "Pakistan has always called for a peaceful solution. To this end, India must rescind the measures it has instituted since August 5 in 2019, end its military siege and other gross human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir."

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Reacting to Khan, India firmly said, "The only dispute left in Kashmir relates to the part of Kashmir that is still under illegal occupation of Pakistan. We call upon Pakistan to vacate all those areas that it is in illegal occupation of." Khan's virtual address had raised the same issues on Kashmir, as he has done in recent speeches to multilateral bodies, and criticized the Indian government on several issues.  After Khan's speech, TS Tirumurti, India's permanent representative to the UN, tweeted that the country would use the "Right to Reply" facility to respond to the Pakistani premier's address.

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