Counterattack: 'This organization of Muslim countries is hostage to Pakistan', India angry with OIC's statement on Jammu and Kashmir
India hits out at Pakistan in the 48th session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC). India clearly questioned the council's goals and said Pakistan constantly misuses the UNHRC platform to spread its false and malicious agenda. India also attacked the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and said the Organisation has no right to say anything on Jammu and Kashmir as it is an integral part of India.
Pakistan is the country to harbor terrorists identified by the UN
India responded from the UNHRC forum saying, "Pakistan is a country which is notorious for supporting, training, financial assistance and providing weapons to terrorists identified by the UN under its internal policy. Many multilateral institutions are also concerned about Pakistan not being able to withhold financial assistance to terrorists and not to take effective action against terrorist organizations. "
The Indian side further said: "Misuse of the platform provided by the Human Rights Council has now become a habit for Pakistan. He uses it to spread his false and malicious propaganda against our country. The Human Rights Council is aware that Pakistan is constantly trying to divert the attention of the Council from serious human rights violations being committed by its government. Especially from the places where Pakistan has illegally occupied. "
India lashes out at OIC for the statement on J&K
India, during its reply to the Human Rights Council, condemned the statement made on Jammu and Kashmir by the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation), an Organisation of Islamic countries. India said that we regret the Statement of the OIC. Jammu and Kashmir are an integral part of India. The OIC has no right to speak on our internal issues.
"The OIC has allowed itself to be held hostage by Pakistan like the helpless," India said during a reply at under. Pakistan is currently chairing the Geneva Chapter of the OIC and is working to advance its own agenda. Now, it is the decision of the OIC member states whether it will allow Pakistan to do its will or not.