Pakistan promoting culture of violence, uses UN forum for hatred speech: India

India has slammed  Pakistan of promoting a "culture of violence" and using the high-level UN meeting on the culture of peace for hatred speech.

Vidisha Maitra, a First Secretary at India's UN mission told the General Assembly on Tuesday as:- "We have witnessed yet another attempt today by the delegation of Pakistan to exploit a UN platform for hate speech against India, even as it continues to foment a 'culture of violence' at home and across its borders."

"A Culture of Peace is not just an abstract value or principle to be discussed and celebrated in conferences, but needs to be actively built into global relationships between and among member states,"  she said.

"We have witnessed yet another attempt today by the delegation of Pakistan to exploit a UN platform for hate speech against India, even as it continues to foment a 'culture of violence' at home and across its borders. We dismiss and condemn all such efforts," she added. Maitra further said there can be no doubt that terrorism, which is a manifestation of intolerance and violence, is the antithesis of all religions and cultures. "The world should be concerned by terrorists who use religion to justify these acts and those who support them in this quest."

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