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Tuesday, 16 April 2024 7.41 PM IST

"Pakistan has established history of harboring, aiding and actively supporting terrorists': India lashes out against Pakistan at Inter-Parliamentary Union

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GENEVA: India lashed out against Pakistan for its terrorist activities and infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir. The incident took place at the Inter-Parliamentary Union in Geneva, Switzerland. Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh Narayan Singh, who represented the Indian delegation at the IPU, said that Pakistan, which runs terror factories, should not teach India about human rights.

India also said that Pakistan, which shelters, aids and actively supports terrorists, is not qualified to comment on human rights. Harivansh Narayan Singh said that Jammu and Kashmir is a part and integral part of India.

“I take the floor to reject the preposterous comments made by Pakistan against my country. India is the largest democracy in the world and I am privileged that many consider the Indian democracy a model to be emulated.” he said.

“Lectures by a country which has an abysmal track record of democracy is laughable, to say the least. It would have been better if Pakistan did not undermine the importance of a platform like IPU by such absurd allegations and false narratives,” he added.

Let me recall that Osama Bin Laden, the face of global terror, was found in Pakistan. The country holds the ignoble record of hosting one of the largest number of terrorists proscribed by the UN Security Council. I trust that Pakistan will draw the correct lessons for the good of its own people.” Harivansh Narayan Singh said.

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