Imran Khan again raised the issue of Kashmir in UNGA, India will answer by using its rights.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a three-day visit to America. At the same time, the Prime Minister of the neighboring country Pakistan has not gone to America this time.
However, he did address the United Nations General Assembly virtually. Once again Pakistan PM Imran Khan did not deter his antics.
This time also he raised the issue of Kashmir in his address. Now the news is that the Pakistani Prime Minister will get a befitting reply from India.
According to the report, India will respond to Imran Khan’s attack on Kashmir during his speech at the UNGA. For this, he will use his authority.
Imran Khan again raised the issue of Kashmir: Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly and so he has reached New York.
Let us inform that in the early hours of today, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan addressed the United Nations, General Assembly.
He also raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in his address.
On the other hand, expressing willingness to work peacefully with India, he said, “lasting peace in South Asia depends on the resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.”
Apart from this, Imran Khan also spoke openly on the approval of the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
He said that the Taliban regime should accept the world and stand for its strength. Let us tell you that Pakistan has been accused of supporting the Taliban openly and indirectly from the beginning.
Meanwhile, India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan and its involvement in terrorism was one of the issues discussed at the Quad Summit and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral discussions.
Shringla said that Pakistan is actually instigating in many ways some of the problems that India is dealing with in our neighborhood and beyond.
Along with this, he has expressed concern over the role of Islamabad in Afghanistan by India and the United States. Both countries also stressed combating terrorism in Afghanistan.