Pakistan is a stronghold of terrorism, international terrorists are also taking shelter: India’s permanent representative in UN TS Tirumurti
India’s permanent representative at the United Nations, TS Tirumurthy, has once again lashed out at Pakistan over terrorism. TS Trimurti described Pakistan as the epicenter of terrorism and said that it is well known that Pakistan is a stronghold of terrorists. Pakistan is home to the largest number of terrorists listed. Pakistan is home to several factions, including Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hizbul Mujahideen and Jaish-e-Mohammed, declared as terrorists internationally.
India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, TS Tirumurthy, cited the UN report that reiterated Pakistan’s involvement in foreign terrorist attacks. He said the United Nations in its report reiterated Pakistan’s involvement in terrorist attacks abroad. In a recent report, the Analytical Assistance and Sanctions Monitoring Team which periodically presents its report on ISIL, al-Qaeda’s terrorist activities, has direct references to Pakistan’s involvement in it.
The permanent representative said, “This report clearly mentions that Pakistanis are led by terrorist groups. The report mentions the name of an al-Qaeda leader who is a citizen of Pakistan. There is a clear acceptance that these institutions get leadership and money from Pakistan.
TS Tirumurthy said, ‘A report released in May noted that Pakistan-backed terrorists Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba maintain a large presence of terrorists in Afghanistan and are involved in carrying out terrorist attacks there. . Pak PM on record says that there are about 40,000 terrorists in Pakistan.
He further said that the report clearly mentions that Pakistanis are led by terrorist groups. The report mentions the name of an al-Qaeda leader who is a citizen of Pakistan. In this way it is clear that these institutions get leadership and money from Pakistan.
Tirumurthy said that internationalization of the island issue by Pakistan is not new. Contrary to what the Foreign Minister of Pakistan has said, there has been no formal meeting of the Security Council on the Indo-Pak issue since 1965.
He further said that what came out recently was a completely informal meeting, which is not even a recorded discussion. Practically every country in the Security Council, except China, underlines the fact that it was a bilateral issue.