A day after Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on the side lines of United Nation General assembly (UNGA) criticized Islamabad for harboring and glorifying terrorists, Pakistan’s envoy to the UN Saad Warraich on September 30 targeted Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the UN. Exercising the Right of Reply, Pakistan’s envoy Warraich accused the RSS, BJP’s ideological mentor, of supporting the spread of fascism through its centres.
Pakistan envoy Warraich said, “The breeding ground of terrorism in our region is the RSS centres of Fascism and the claims of religious superiority are perpetrated through straight patronage all across India.”
Warraich further said, “Members of India’s minorities, including Christians and Muslims, are publically lynched at the hands of Hindus elites, where an unabashed Hindu extremist Yogi Adityanath, who openly supports the superiority of the Hindus, serves as the face of the largest Indian state Uttar Pradesh.”
India gave a befitting reply to Pakistan on its claim of fighting terrorism, and even asked the Pakistan if it could deny the fact that was the host and sponsor of 132 of the UN-designated terrorists and 22 terrorist entities under the 1267 and the 1988 UN Security Council sanctions regime.
“Let me recollect for Pakistan’s new government, the out-pouring of sorrow and pain in India that followed the massacre of innocent school children. India’s parliament had expressed solidarity while paying respect to the memory of those killed. Schools all over India had observed two minutes silence in their memory,” Eenam Gambhir, India’s first secretary in permanent mission of India to UN.
She added, “Will Pakistan deny that UN-designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed enjoys a free run inside Pakistan, spews venom & sets up candidates for electoral offices?”