Pak runs to UNSC accusing India of extraterritorial assassinations, without any proofs

In a recent media interaction, Dr S Jaishankar stated that Pakistan has an abundance of terrorists and individuals involved in criminal activities. Referring to the killing of some individuals with a background of involvement in terror activities

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New Delhi: Spooked over Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s recent comment of hot-pursuit of terrorists holed out in its territory, cry-baby Pakistan has rushed to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) accusing India of extrajudicial, extraterritorial assassinations carried out on its soil. In doing so, Pakistan seems to have hit a self-goal admitting to the presence of terrorists on its soil.

Meanwhile, responding to jailed former Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan’s accusation of India being behind the killings in his country, Union Minister for External Affairs, Dr S Jaishankar hit back at Pakistan wanting to know as to why it was so protective of the terrorists on its soil?

In a recent media interaction, Dr S Jaishankar stated that Pakistan has an abundance of terrorists and individuals involved in criminal activities. Referring to the killing of some individuals with a background of involvement in terror activities, the EAM stated that it was a matter for Pakistan to investigate. Launching a scathing attack on Pakistan, Dr S Jaishankar remarked that Pakistan should first answer the question as to why there are so many terrorists within its borders and why it is so protective about them.

What is even more intriguing is that it takes a Pakistani Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar to plead with the UNSC to take note of his Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani’s letter of April 26. Dar too moved the UNSC on April 30, four days later, seriously undermining the authority of the Pakistani Foreign Minister.

In its April 26 letter to the UNSC, Pakistan claims to have found undeniable evidence pointing towards what it calls systematic campaign orchestrated by India. It has cited the killings of Muhammad Riaz in Rawalkot in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) on September 8, 2023 and Shahid Latif in Daska, Sialkot on October 11, 2023. However, Pakistan has not revealed the real identity of the two individuals.

In its letter Pakistan has further harped on Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks made in an interview to an Indian television news channel on April 5. Singh in his remarks had stated that if any terrorist from the neighboring country tries to disturb India or carries out terrorist activities here, the terrorist will be given a fitting reply. He went further to add that if the terrorist escapes to Pakistan, India will not hesitate to go to Pakistan and kill him there.

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