For the First Time in UN, India on Thursday directly called Pakistan a “fear based oppressor state” and blamed it for doing “atrocities” against Indians through its “long-standing approach” of supporting psychological oppression, hours after Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif raked up Kashmir issue at the U.N. General Assembly session.

In a solid answer, India said the fear mongers assigned by the U.N. kept on wandering Pakistan’s boulevards openly and work with State support.

Practicing India’s Right of Reply to Mr. Sharif’s “long tirade” about the circumstance in the Indian condition of Jammu and Kashmir, First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the U.N. Eenam Gambhir said “the most exceedingly awful infringement of human rights is fear mongering.”

 

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