As Pakistan’s attempt to polarize, politicize Kashmir issue encounter a drastic failure at UNHRC, Pakistan sees no sunny days in front of them. The rather comical part is that their attempts to provoke India in the forms of threats or bans have also ended up as setbacks to their own country.
Briefing media in New Delhi today, External Affairs Ministry Spokesman Raveesh Kumar said, Indian delegation put forth country’s stand at UNHRC and responded to Pakistan’s lies and distorted statement. India today that Pakistan’s attempt to polarize and politicize Kashmir issue at United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has failed.
Mr. Kumar said, the global community is aware of Pakistan’s role in aiding terrorist infrastructure. On Kartarpur Corridor, the Spokesperson said, the neighbouring country is not flexible on the project.
On a question regarding Pakistan’s denial to second consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, Mr. Kumar said the country will continue to strive for full implementation of International Court of Justice verdict on it.
In another setback The United States designated a top Pakistani militant commander as a global terrorist for directing deadly attacks against Pakistan. The U.S. State Department announced the decision Tuesday, identifying the man as Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud, the head of the outlawed extremist Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commonly known as the Pakistani Taliban.
Whatever the developments are it is clear that the upcoming days are crucial for Pakistan. However the only solace for them is that there is China to support this terrorist nation though behind the same they have their own agenda.