At the “146th Inter-Parliamentary Union” in Bahrain, India accused Pakistan of being an “exporter of terrorists.”
On March 13, India criticized Pakistan in Bahrain at the “146th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly.”
Kashmir was mentioned by Pakistan in its speech to the IPU Assembly. India criticised Pakistan in a “Right to Respond (RoR),” branding it an “exporter of terrorists” and reiterating that Pakistan has no legal validity with regard to Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
Sasmit Patra, a Rajya Sabha member, stated in his speech: “It is regrettable that Pakistan has once again chosen to abuse the august platform by referencing Jammu and Kashmir, which is a fundamental part of India.” “It is not acceptable at all to state this.”
The Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, according to Mr. Patra, “have always been and will always remain an integral and inalienable part of India.” This truth cannot be changed, no matter how much hyperbole and misinformation are spread by any nation. Pakistan does not have the legal right to comment on Indian domestic matters. We have consistently urged it to leave the Indian territory it is illegitimately occupying with force and immediately. It is paradoxical that a nation that is known to export terrorists and to be behind numerous cross-border terrorist acts in Jammu and Kashmir claims to be a champion of human rights.
The comments made by Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir during a U.N. Security Council debate on “Women, Peace, and Security” in March were considered frivolous, completely unfounded, and politically motivated by India’s Permanent Representative to the U.N., Ruchira Kamboj.
She had said, “It’s unseemly to even respond to such vicious and misleading propaganda.” “We have always placed a strong emphasis on optimism and looking ahead.”
When India blasted Pakistan in front of the world’s parliament, it once more revealed that country’s bogus rhetoric over Kashmir.
Other members have recognized and valued India’s strength and skill on the world legislative stage.