United Nations to take notice of Indian sponsored terrorism in Pakistan : Hina Rabbani Khar

Hina Rabbani Khar lambasted India over continuous terrorist activities in Pakistan
Pakistani Foreign Minister made RAW responsible for killing spree in Pakistan

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar said on Wednesday that “no country had used terrorism better than India” as she called on the international community to take note of New Delhi’s attempts to destabilise Pakistan.

Lambasting New Delhi for its nefarious terror activities in Pakistan, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar has termed India a “rogue state” though it projects itself as the “greatest victim” of terrorism, it is the perpetrator of it.

She said that Indian spy agency RAW had been involved in more than 1,000 terrorist activities in Pakistan in the past three years as it is motivated to destabilize them.

While describing some of the major terror incidents in Pakistan, the minister said India was involved in attacks on Peral Continental Hotel, Gwadar (May 11, 2019); Chinese Consulate, Karachi (November 23, 2018); oil exploration company, Gwadar (October 15, 2020; suicide attack in Gwadar (August 20, 2021); another suicide attack on Frontier Corps in Panjgur and Noshki (February 2, 2022).

“How much is too much? And is this not too much? And how can we allow a country to use the terrorism drum on a platform like the Security Council,” she said, noting that due to countries like India, questions are raised on the credibility of UN institutions.

Khar’s presser came a day after Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that India’s footprints are seen in all terror activities carried out in Pakistan and New Delhi’s activities have gone “beyond that of an enemy state” just to hide its atrocities in occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

“To play on the back of the attention of the world on terrorism and to play the victim, no country has benefitted from it better than India.”

She mentioned that Pakistan had submitted the Lahore blast-specific dossier with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and would soon be sharing with the UN Secretary General, which she said was a “clear evidence of India’s planned and perpetrated attack against civilians’.


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