Pakistan hands dossier on Indian terrorism to UN chief Antonio Guterres
NEW YORK – Pakistan’s Ambassador Munir Akram has handed over the dossier on Indian state-sponsored terrorism to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.
Munir Akram met Guteress at UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday and briefed him about the Indian involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan. He said that India is involved in terrorism in Pakistan.
The Pakistani envoy accused India of violating international law, the UN Charter and Security Council resolutions by sponsoring terrorism.
He said Pakistan called on Guterres and the international community “to take note of Indian terrorism and subversion against Pakistan and to prevail on India to desist from these illegal and aggressive activities.”
Munir Akram said that India is carrying out terrorism in Pakistan to sabotage CPEC and added that in case of any aggression, Pakistan has the right to defend itself.
Later in a tweet, he also confirmed the development without providing many details.
“Today I met UN Secretary-General @antonioguterres and handed over the dossier from the Government of Pakistan.. I will detail the press later on its contents,” he wrote on his official handle.