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Pakistan is giving pension to terrorists! India opens Pakistan poll in UNHRC
Pakistan is giving pension to terrorists! India opens Pakistan poll in UNHRC

Geneva : India has once again exposed Pakistan in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). India has said that Pakistan is providing pension to terrorists banned by United Nations (UN). The Indian representative in the UN said that the council members are well aware that Pakistan is providing financial assistance to the dreaded terrorists and has become a stronghold of terrorists. India instructed Pakistan that it should immediately stop terrorism and cross the government-sponsored border.

In response to the statement of the Pakistani representative in the 46th session of the UNHRC, Pawan Badhe, the first secretary of the Permanent Mission of India in Geneva, exposed the 'new Pakistan' of Pak PM Imran Khan. Indeed, Pakistan approached the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to allow 'basic spending' for 11/26 mastermind Hafiz Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and Pakistani nuclear engineer Mahmud Sultan Bashiruddin Was On this basis, India targeted Pakistan fiercely.

Pawan Badhe further said that the Pakistani leaders themselves have accepted that their country has become a stronghold of terrorism. Pakistan has ignored the fact that terrorism is the worst form of human rights violation and the supporters of terrorism are crushing human rights the most. He further said that, 'Pakistan PM Imran Khan had publicly accepted the support of the terrorists. Not only this, he even called Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to the martyr. This shows what Pakistan thinks about terrorists'.

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