External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday gave a hard response to Pakistani for exporting terrorism at the UN General Assembly. Taking on to the Prime Minister of Pakistan who raised the issue of human riot violation in Kashmir she asked him to look back in Balochistan before giving special care to people of Kashmir. She pitched very loud and clear that Jammu and Kashmir is an inalienable part of India and nobody can wrest it away by force.
Sushma Swaraj calls for global isolation to Pakistan and said countries that nurture, peddle and export terror should be removed from the comity of nations.
in her 20 minutes speech she said In our middle, there are nations that still speak the language of terrorism. To shelter, terrorists has become their calling card. We need to point out these nations and hold them to account.
UN designated terrorists are roaming, lead processions and delivering their poisonous freely in this nation. They are harboring terrorist and should have no place in the comity of nations.
Sushma Swaraj in his speech in Hindi said we should make a call to isolate such nations. She also gave a strong answer to the baseless allegations made by Sharif from the podium of the General Assembly who raised the issue of human rights violations by India in Kashmir. Those accusing others of human rights violations would do well to introspect and see abuses of human rights they are perpetrating in their own country. The brutality against the Baloch people represents the worst form of state cruelty.”
Swaraj said PM Narendra Modi had extended the hand of friendship to Pakistan by inviting his counterpart Nawaz Sharif to his swearing-in ceremony in May 2014, and also visited Lahore last December in a friendly gesture.
In return, what did we get? Pathankot, Uri, Bahadur Ali. In Pathankot air force base attack, we lost our seven soldiers. Now in Uri our 18 soldiers killed. We succeeded in capturing Pakistani terrorist Bahadur Ali alive.
Bahadur Ali was captured in Jammu and Kashmir and He is a living example of Pakistan’s sponsored cross-border terrorism.