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Pakistan’s ‘one-trick pony’ act on Kashmir has no resonance at UN: India


Days after three Indian soldiers were brutally killed in Jammu and Kashmir allegedly by Pakistani terrorists, Delhi has called off the meeting of foreign ministers of both the countries. Pakistan is likely to raise Kashmir issue during the high-level UN General Assembly session starting from today.

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India said, a ‘one pony trick’ can “regurgitate” the same act but, “single act plays” has no resonance on multilateral platforms like the United Nations.

India and Pakistan are likely to speak on Saturday as part of the UN General Assembly debate. Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj is expected to speak before her Pakistan’s counterpart, Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

India’s Ambassador to the UN, Syed Akbaruddin told PTI, “if somebody (Pakistan) else would like to be a one-trick pony, it is for them to regurgitate an act which we have handled many times in the past and are confident we will do so again.”

Pakistan has expressed its disappointment over scrapping talks between two foreign ministers and released a statement in that regard calling reason cited by Delhi is entirely unconvincing. Pakistan also justified the killing saying, they had no role in the killing of Border Security Force in Kashmir.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan also tweeted about the same saying, “Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for the resumption of the peace dialogue. However, all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture.”

The tone and the choice of words left no doubt about Pakistan’s strategy for its UN speech.

Sources in the Ministry of External Affairs told NDTV that the talks were cancelled after a “part of the Indian government realized talks with Pakistan could be politically damaging”.  The 2019 general election is only about eight months away.

Joint Secretary for the UN Dinesh Patnaik, told the Indian media in New York: “We will raise the issue of cross-border terrorism at the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy meeting. You will have to wait to see what the External Affairs Minister says but yes, it is a concern for us always.”

Also read: India once again loses serious opportunity: Pakistan

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