United Nations: Pakistan has rejected India’s unsubstantiated claims in the UN General Assembly about the recent fire at a Hindu temple in Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, saying New Delhi should be given the rights of a minority anywhere. Before expressing concerns, one should look at one’s own home and expose India for violations. Minority rights
Pakistani envoy Zulqarnain Chahina said, “This is not the first time that India has tried to raise concerns for the rights of minorities anywhere, in the most reprehensible and persistent violation of the rights of minorities.” Indian envoy Aish Sharma passed a resolution on the protection of religious sites, claiming that the Krak کرw authorities were “standing by” while the temple was being set on fire. In response, the Pakistani envoy said, “The clear difference between India and Pakistan in terms of minority rights can be gauged from the fact that the accused in the Karak incident were immediately arrested and the temple was ordered to be repaired.” Was done, and the High Court took immediate notice of the incident, while the senior political leadership also condemned the act.
Zulqarnain added, “While in India, cruel acts of discrimination against Muslims and other minorities were carried out under state activism.” In this regard, China has raised the issue of Discrimination Amendment Act (CAA), Gujarat Massacre of 2002, Pogom of Delhi 2020, demolition of Babri Masjid in 2020 and acquittal of the accused by an Indian court in 2020. , Citing the Civil Amendment Act (CAA), the 2002 Gujarat massacre. ; Accusations of spreading love affair, cow vigilance and branding Muslims of West Bengal as termites, extrajudicial killings of innocent Kashmiris and vicious attempts to turn Muslims into a minority in Kashmir. “The record of the RSS-BJP government is littered with examples of serious and systematic violations of the rights of minorities, especially Muslims,” the Pakistani envoy said. He said that the Indian leadership has not yet condemned the perpetrators of the February 2020 Delhi massacre, let them be brought to justice. China told the assembly that as a 12-year-old claimant of state-sponsored discrimination against its minorities, India was nowhere in a position to consider the issue of minority rights.