Sunday, January 24, 2021

Sushma Swaraj Blasts Pakistan For Glorifying Kashmiri Terrorists and Seeking Dialogue

Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj addressed the 73rd session of UN General Assembly in New York City, USA. The beginning of her address, by paid giving homage to the earthquake victims in Indonesia.

She later said, “India has been facing terror for decades due to terrorism, we have to face terrorism from the neighbouring country, Pakistan is not only raising terrorism, but it also denies it after doing it.”

She hid Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan and even after the truth came true, it was not enough to humiliate Pakistan. The mastermind of 9/11 was killed, but 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed is enjoying impunity in Pakistan.

India External Affairs Minister said, “Pakistan has spoken about the meeting of foreign ministers of both countries in New York, but immediately after this announcement, they mutilated the bodies of out security forces. “

The Indian Foreign Minister also questioned the UN role on the issue of terrorism. She said, “How will we fight against the evil of which the United Nations has not yet laid down the definition. Pakistan terms the terrorists as freedom fighters. People who attack and kill people in India are honoured in Pakistan. The United Nations should first define terrorism. “

Sushma Swaraj said, “The dignity and utility of the United Nations is decreasing with time. UN reform is needed urgently. Today the Security Council is confined to five winners of the Second World War. My appeal is to improve the Security Council. It should be reformed immediately. “

Sushma Swaraj, we consider the whole world as a family. The United Nations should also be run on the lines of the family. A family moves with reconciliation, not by strife. A family runs with love, not business. A family moves away from moksha, not by profit. India does not want that decision from the United Nations forum to be made only for the interests of certain countries. This forum should make us understand the pain of the underdeveloped countries. “

Sushma Swaraj raised the issue of climate change in her address. she said, “Climate change and terrorism are the biggest challenges in the world. With this, the most undeveloped and developing countries are battling. Developed countries should help undeveloped and developing countries in this regard. India is committed to the environment. “

She said, “In the year 2015, the United Nations had set a goal for sustainable development. India is committed to the agenda of the United Nations’ sustainable development of 2030. Jan Dhan Yojana is being implemented in India under the Financial Inclusion Plan. We are putting the poor directly in their bank account. “

Swaraj said, “Prime Minister Modi has launched the Ayushman Bharat Scheme, under which 500 million people will be given a sum of Rs 5 lakhs in the condition of sickness. With this, the Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme has been started. The Indian External Affairs Minister said, “In 2022, India’s liberation will be 75 years. By 2022 we have taken a pledge of healthy India, clean India and rich India.

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