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Geneva parliamentary meet: India issues strong response to Pakistan on terrorism at Geneva Parliamentary meet

Geneva parliamentary meet: India issues strong response to Pakistan on terrorism at Geneva parliamentary meetGeneva parliamentary meet: India issues strong response to Pakistan on terrorism at Geneva parliamentary meet

Geneva parliamentary meet: India has strongly urged Pakistan to cease its operations of “terror factories,” which continually launch numerous cross-border attacks. India criticized its neighboring nation for raising the issue of Jammu and Kashmir on an international platform dedicated to discussing Parliamentary diplomacy.

Representing India at the 148th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly in Geneva, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh Narayan Singh dismissed Pakistan’s criticisms with a firm stance. He stated, “I reject the preposterous comments made by Pakistan against my country. India, as the largest democracy globally, stands as a model for emulation by many. It is laughable to receive lectures from a country with such an abysmal record in democracy.” Singh’s remarks came during India’s right-to-reply session.

FALSE AND ABSURD ALLEGATIONS

Amidst Pakistan’s persistent engagement in hostile and fabricated propaganda aimed at vilifying India and diverting attention from its domestic political and economic shortcomings, the Indian government has firmly and unequivocally dismissed all actions and statements from Pakistan concerning internal Indian matters.   – Geneva Parliamentary meet

During the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) session, Pakistan raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. In reaction, the Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman expressed that Pakistan’s attempt to undermine the significance of a platform like the IPU with baseless allegations is regrettable. Regarding Jammu and Kashmir, Harivansh emphasized that it will perpetually remain an integral and inalienable part of India, asserting that no amount of propaganda can alter this reality.

Cease terror factors

Harivansh emphasized that it would be prudent for Pakistan to cease its operations of “terror factories,” which persistently conduct numerous cross-border terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, all while paradoxically professing to advocate for human rights. He also underscored to the council that Pakistan has a long-standing history of harboring, aiding, and actively supporting terrorists.

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Let me remind you that Osama Bin Laden, the face of global terrorism, was discovered in Pakistan.” Pakistan has the unenviable distinction of hosting one of the most terrorist groups outlawed by the UN Security Council. I am confident that Pakistan would use the lessons for the benefit of its people, he added.

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