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Pakistan has asked the United Nations to restrain India from interfering in Pakistan. Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, delivered a dossier on India's interference and terrorism in Pakistan, to the United Nations' new Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who assumed his functions as the world’s top diplomat this week, along with a letter from Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz. The dossier contains additional information and proof of Indian and its agency RAW's interference in Pakistan and involvement in terrorism particularly in Balochistan, FATA and Karachi. The Advisor urged the Secretary-General and relevant United Nations bodies to seriously consider the matter in the light of information shared by Pakistan and play a role in restraining India from these activities. Ambassador Lodhi, who met the secretary general yesterday, said the new Indian deployments in recent weeks appeared to be “ominous”.

Host: Hafiz Abdul Majid

Co-Host: Dr. Sajjad Bukhari

Analysts on Phone: 

Jan Muhammad Achakzai- Leader PML-N

Pakistan’s foreign policy is working on the positive direction. China and Russia have expressed their support to Pakistan’s stance at BRICS and Heart of Asia Conference. Pakistan has paved the way for conveying its stance through diplomatic channels. Pakistan has been put on the road to development by receiving the huge international investment under the CPEC. On the other hand, India, due to its negative activities, itself is being isolated in the comity of nations. India is just making failed efforts to destabilize the CPEC.

Dr. Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema- IR Expert

Pakistan should have started lobbying against India for its involvement in terrorists activities in Pakistan from the time it had received firm evidences. Pakistan had earlier also presented evidences in this regard to the UN. The new secretary general is now being educated by Pakistan of the serious tensions between these two states. Now if India would try to trouble or question about anything related to its issues with Pakistan, the secretary general would be aware of all the facts and ground realities already. The international community not only understands Pakistan’s stance but also supports it. While on the other hand, India is facing failures on every step.

Dr. A.Z. Hilali- IR Expert

Pakistan had earlier also presented the evidences to the UN of Indian involvement in Pakistan. Now again Pakistan’s permanent representative to UN Maleeha Lodhi has presented the updated dossier to the new UN Secretary General. But the UN has not been proved an effective platform in this regard as till yet no strict action has been taken against Indian subversive activities. UN should have directed for independent probe into human rights violation by Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir. Now it is not the time of mere condemnations. The world body should now come out of influence of big powers, otherwise it will lose its effectiveness.

Lt. Gen. Rtd. Raza Muhammad Khan- Defence Analyst

Pakistan has presented dossiers of Indian interference in Pakistan to the United Nations. Modi himself had stated in his independence day’s speech that India will support the separatist movement of Balochs. The Indian ministers had also stated that they will divide Pakistan into ten pieces. These statements and Indian spy Kalbushan Yadav’s confessions are proof of Indian involvement in terrorists activities in Pakistan.

Lt. Gen. Rtd. Talat Masood- Defence Analyst

Pakistan should not have raised expectations from United Nations. However reporting the Indian involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan is a positive step towards exposing India’s real face to the world. Indian intelligence agency RAW’s cover agent Kalbushan Yadav was arrested by Pakistan’s security agencies. He himself confessed that he was involved in destabilizing CPEC.


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