NEW DELHI/NEW YORK: Following another attempt by Pakistan to raise the
issue at the
, India described Pakistan as a country recognised globally as the epicentre of
During his address on the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the UN, Pakistan’s foreign minister
Shah Mahmood Qureshi
had said Jammu and Kashmir and
were the UN’s most glaring and long-standing disputes and the people of J&K still awaits “fulfilment of the UN commitment to grant them their right to self-determination”.
Exercising India’s right to reply, first secretary in India’s permanent mission to the UN,
, said Pakistan was globally recognised as the epicentre of terrorism, which by its own admission harboured and trained terrorists, and hailed them as martyrs.