Five Star facilities being given to terrorists, Foreign Minister opened PAK’s poll in UNSC

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On this occasion, the Foreign Minister also proposed an eight-point action plan to deal with terrorism and ensure effective action. Jaishankar on Tuesday participated in an open debate titled ‘International cooperation in the fight against terrorism’ 20 years after it was accepted 1373.

Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar took to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in an open debate related to international cooperation against terrorism in Pakistan to instigate terrorists. Jaishankar condemned his efforts to create obstacles in global action against terrorists without naming China. Also said that in this way the powers given by UNSC are being misused.

On this occasion, the Foreign Minister also proposed an eight-point action plan to deal with terrorism and ensure effective action. Jaishankar on Tuesday participated in an open debate titled ‘International cooperation in the fight against terrorism’ 20 years after it was accepted 1373.

This was the first time that the External Affairs Minister intervened after India reassigned UNSC membership on 1 January 2021. Jaishankar said that it is time for the world to show ‘zero tolerance’ against terrorism. Without naming Pakistan, the foreign minister told the forum how India has been fighting terrorism for many decades.

Jaishankar gave no place for double standards in the fight against terrorism. He said, “Terrorists are terrorists. There can be no difference between good and evil. Those who make such distinction have an agenda. Those who cover their antics are also guilty like them.

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