New Delhi: India has made tremendous reversal on Pakistan, who constantly kept the tone of Kashmir in the United Nations General Assembly (UN). In reply to the right to reply, India termed Pakistan as a “Terroristan”. India’s First Secretary Eenam Gambhir said on the false charges of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khakan Abbasi that Pakistan is a terrorist. Pakistan is a factory of Terror where terrorists not only get shelter, but they are also encouraged to carry out activities against India.
Eenam Gambhir also said that the country which has sheltering Osama bin Laden and Mohammed Omar, the same country is today fighting a war against terrorism and making such allegations on India. Eenam Gambhir also said that Pakistan has also sheltered terrorists like Hafiz Saeed, who runs the Terror Factory there and uses it in India. The Pakistanis who roam terrorists in Pakistan, do not explain to Pakistan Hindustan what is human rights.
India’s First Secretary said that Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the leader of Lashkar-e-Taiba, a terrorist organization declared by the UN, is establishing himself as the leader of a political party. This is a country whose policy against terrorism is that they provide safe places to the terrorists in their military areas, or they make their security a political future. Nobody can justify it As far as India is concerned, Pakistan should understand that Jammu and Kashmir was an integral part of India and would remain.
In the United Nations, Pakistan talks on Kashmir but forgets to peep in his own home. The local civilians were oppressed by the Pak army here. The new case is of the Peerage Neelum Valley. Here the army badly beat four youths who were looking for a job. The army took these youngsters out of the valley and hit these youth badly on the orders of the Pakistani contractor.
Army says no outsider youth will be employed in these areas. Not only that when the Prime Minister of Pakistan was speaking against India in the United Nations, the people of Balochistan in New York were protesting against the excesses of the Government of Pakistan.