India once again gave a strong reply to Pakistan in the United Nations Security Council on Kashmir issue. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar lashed out at Pakistan saying that Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and a neighboring country that attacked the Parliament had no right to address United Nations- UN. Currently, the credibility of the United Nations depends on an effective response to key challenges such as climate change, pandemics, conflicts or terrorism.
India led a public debate at the United Nations Security Council on Thursday on the topic of ‘International Peace, Security, New Orientation for Reformed Multilateralism’. Speaking on this occasion, Jaishankar said that the world is coming together with more responsibility on the challenge of terrorism.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “While we search for best solutions, what are those that we must never accept include the normalization of such threats. The question of justifying what the world regards as unacceptable should not even arise. This is certainly applicable to those who promote cross-border terrorism. A country that has hosted Osama Bin Ladenand attacked its neighboring parliament has no right to speak morally. This applies to Pakistan as a country that promotes cross-border terrorism.
It is known that on 13th December 2001, nine people lost their lives in the attack on the Indian Parliament by terrorists of Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed.