A day after Saad Warraich, Pakistan's representative to UN, trained guns at RSS and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to allege that there was no room for dissent in “illiberal India of today”, RSS has hit back saying that "Pakistan has neither emerged as a good son nor a good neighbour".
"Before 1947 there was no Pakistan in the world. Pakistan has neither emerged as a good son nor a good neighbour. Pakistan is a curse, it did not even respect the ceasefire during Ramzan. The image of Pakistan has been seen as a violent nation and Pakistan's value based on abhorrent", Indresh Kumar said.
Furthermore, he said that all 'Indian parties should come together and criticize Pakistan':
"But there is another problem that political party in India especially Congress like parties don't criticize Pakistan openly .. all party should unitedly slam Pakistan.Indian armed forces are eligible to safeguard our nation and borders".
Earlier on Sunday, exercising the Right of Reply, Saad Warraich accused the RSS, BJP’s ideological mentor, of supporting the spread of fascism through its centres.
“The breeding ground of terrorism in our region is the RSS centres of Fascism. The claims of religious superiority are perpetrated through straight patronage all across India,” the Pakistan envoy said.
He also added that the face of the largest Indian state of Uttar Pradesh was an unabashed Hindu extremist who openly advocated religious superiority of Hindus.
“Members of India’s minorities, including Christians and Muslims, are publically lynched at the hands of Hindus elites, where an unabashed Hindu extremist Yogi Adityanath, who openly supports the superiority of the Hindus, serves as the face of the largest Indian state Uttar Pradesh,” Warraich said.
Warraich also added several Bengalis in Assam had suddenly become “homeless” and “have been called termites by a prominent Indian leader”.
“For a country where Right to citizenship to Bengalis in Assam is being arbitrarily rescinded and who have suddenly been made stateless and have been called ‘termites’ by a prominent Indian leader, where churches and mosques are torched, is surely not qualified to give sermons to others,” he added.