Protests against Pakistan also took place outside the office of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. Political activists from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) and Gilgit Baltistan raised anti-Pakistan slogans here. Also demanded the elimination of terrorist camps.
Let us inform that on the previous day, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi addressed the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. In his address, PM Modi had made a scathing attack on Pakistan regarding terrorism in gestures. Without naming Pakistan, the Prime Minister had said that the threat of regressive thinking and extremism is increasing in front of the world today. Countries that are using terrorism as a tool are forgetting that terrorism will pose a threat to them too.
On the other hand, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan once again raised the issue of Kashmir in the UNGA. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was given a befitting reply by India for spreading lies on Kashmir. Using Right to Reply on Pak PM Imran's speech, India said that Pak Prime Minister is misusing the global platform by bringing our internal matters. India slammed Pakistan, saying that Pakistan is a country to set fires while pretending to present itself as firefighters.
India's First Secretary at UNGA Sneha Dubey said, 'This is not the first time that the leader of Pakistan has misused the forum provided by the United Nations for false and malicious propaganda against my country and is outraged by the pathetic condition of his country. Trying in vain to divert the attention of the world. He said that terrorists roam freely in Pakistan, while the common people, especially the people of minority communities, are being vandalized.