Pakistan shared documents containing the evidence of India’s ‘terror campaigns’ with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. UNSG was asked to take swift actions in order to stop the illegal activities of Indian authorities.
Pakistani diplomat and the Permanent Representative of Pakistan in UN, Munir Akram met with Mr. Guterres on Tuesday and presented him ‘undeniable’ evidences of terrorism against India. Pakistan reserved the right to “act in self-defence”, Akram remarked. UNSG gave assurance to Pakistani envoy for taking appropriate action after scrutinizing the documents.
According to Munir Akram, the documents revealed the links between Indian intelligence agencies and Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) Pakistan including Jamaat-ul-Ahrar (JuA) and Baloch secessionists or insurgent groups. He further alleged that they all wanted to sabotage the CPEC project and disrupt peace in the country.
Few days ago, during a joint press conference Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Director General ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar had released information about those evidences against the Indian ‘terror campaigns’ in Pakistan. Which according to FM Qureshi, would most likely happen in November.
Pakistan has been planning to take other UN bodies, including the Security Council into the confidence against India’s sponsorship of terrorism.