Jaishankar rained terror on China and Pakistan in UNSC, showed mirror for the second time in 24 hours

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar told the UN Security Council that the world cannot allow another 9/11 like New York or another 26/11 like Mumbai. He attacked Pakistan for the second time in 24 hours.

Dec 16, 2022 - 08:31
Dec 16, 2022 - 12:26
Jaishankar rained terror on China and Pakistan in UNSC, showed mirror for the second time in 24 hours

In the United Nations Security Council, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar roared fiercely in the meeting held on terrorism. In the meeting, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar gave a direct and sharp message to the shelters of terrorism. During this, he again targeted Pakistan fiercely. Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said that the world sees Pakistan as the 'epicentre' of terrorism. China was also criticized a lot for its double standards on terror. Along with Pakistan, he has also shown the mirror twice to China in 24 hours. He said today's briefing is a part of India's ongoing efforts to revitalize its counter-terrorism agenda in the UN Security Council.

Jaishankar made the remarks during an interaction with reporters at the UN Security Council after chairing the 'UNSC Briefing: Global Counter-Terrorism Approach: Challenges and Way Forward'. Without naming Pakistan, he said that whatever they may be saying, the fact is that everyone, the whole world today sees them as the epicentre of terrorism.

Foreign Minister Jaishankar said that we have been battling Kovid for two and a half years and due to this the memories have become a bit hazy. But let me assure you that the world has not forgotten where terrorism originates and whose imprint is visible on all activities in the region and beyond.

Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar referred to the Mumbai terror attack and the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York. Both of them have a direct connection with Pakistan. He said that we cannot allow another 26/11 in Mumbai or 9/11 in New York. He said that the threat of terrorism has indeed become more serious. The meeting was also addressed by Anjali Kulthe, the brave survivor nurse of the Mumbai terror attack. He told the countries present in the meeting the situation at the time of the attack. Anjali also made many revelations about the terrorist Ajmal Kasab who was involved in this attack.

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