PM Modi addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh's Mathura gave a stern message against terror that is 'nourishing in Pakistan.' Taking a stand against terror, he called on the global community to do the same.
PM Modi said, "Today terrorism has become an ideology which has reached beyond various borders. It is a global problem. It has become a global threat. The roots of terrorism continue to nourish in our neighboring country."
"The ones who are taking this ideology forward, the ones who are providing shelter to these terrorists and the ones who are supporting them, the whole world needs to take an oath against these people. There is a need to take strict measures. India has remained successful in fighting against this issue. We have already proved this and we will continue to prove," he added.
First Secretary MEA Vimarsh Aryan used the Right to Reply at the UNHRC session in Geneva on Tuesday and took down Pakistan over its interference in the internal matters of India over the recent developments in Jammu and Kashmir. Vimarsh Aryan, speaking on behalf of India at the UNHRC, set the record straight in his statement that J&K remains an internal matter of India, adding that Pakistan is raising false fabricated narrative on the matter. He stated that Pakistan understands that India's decisions have created hurdles for the neighbouring country in its sponsorship of cross-border terrorism.
"We are not surprised with Pakistan's hysterical statements with false fabricated narrative to politicise and polarise this forum. Pakistan realises that our recent decision cuts the very ground from under its feet by creating obstacles in its continuous sponsorship of cross-border terrorism against India. In its desperate mind frame, some Pakistan leaders have even called for jihad and to encourage violence, both with inside Jammu and Kashmir and to third world countries, in order to paint a picture of genocide which even they know is far from reality," Vimarsh Aryan said at UNHRC in Geneva.
"Pakistan has pretended to speak as a voice of the global community on human rights, but the world cannot be fooled. Pakistan's record speaks for itself. This rhetoric will not distract international attention from Pakistan's persecution and elimination of religious and ethnic minorities," he added.
NSA Ajit Doval on Saturday while speaking to the media in New Delhi said that most of the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) was free of restrictions. He also said that Pakistan was trying its best to disrupt peace in J&K.
"Hundred percent of landline connections are operational in the state. Pakistan is trying to create trouble, 230 Pakistani terrorists were spotted, some of them have infiltrated, some arrested. We are determined to protect the life of Kashmiris from Pakistani terrorists even if we have to impose restrictions, terror is the only instrument Pakistan has to create unrest. There are Pakistani communication towers 20 kilometers along the border, they are trying to send messages, we heard intercepts, they were telling their men here 'how so many apple trucks are moving, can’t you stop them? Should we send you bangles?'"