India criticized Pakistan for not acting on concrete evidence on several terrorist attacks, including the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts and the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, and said that "the official guest Nawaji" in the neighboring country guilty of these heinous crimes While the United Nations has banned them. Mahaveer Singhvi, the head of the Indian delegation, made these comments on Thursday during a webinar during Anti-Digital Terrorism Week.
"This is a chance to repeat our collective resolve to protect and uphold human rights," Sighvi said. It is unfortunate that Pakistan, the sponsor of cross-border terrorism, has used the platform once again to spread its story of tarnishing the image and making false allegations against India. "
Joint Secretary of Anti-Terrorism in the Ministry of External Affairs, Singhvi said, "Pakistan has been providing military, financial and logistical support for cross-border terrorism, but has not acted on concrete evidence shared by India on several terrorist attacks, including the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts and the 2008 Mumbai terror attack." The victims have been denied their fundamental rights. ''
Sighavi also said that Pakistan's attempt to 'disguise' as a propagandist of human rights and egalitarianism is "disloyal" because its minorities, including Christians, Ahmadis, Sikhs, Hindus, Shias, Pashtuns, Hazaras, Siddhis and Baloch people. Has been a record of systematic harassment.
Pakistan has been raising the issue of Jammu and Kashmir and other internal matters of India in various forums of the United Nations. Earlier this week, India targeted Pakistan for taking up India's domestic policies and internal affairs on an anti-terrorism forum.