The forum was the UN General Assembly. Here Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had virtually addressed. As always, he chanted the melody of Kashmir, calling himself the biggest victim of terrorism. But like every time, Pakistan got a befitting reply from India. India’s First Secretary Sneha Dubey gave a befitting reply to Pakistan under Right to Reply.
What India said
While opening the pole of Pakistan, Sneha Dubey said that it (Pakistan) is an advocate of terrorism. The most wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden found refuge in Pakistan. He gives him the status of a martyr. He keeps a terrorist in his house only so that he can harm his neighbours. Sneha Dubey taunted and said that we keep hearing that Pakistan is a victim of terrorism. The incendiary Pak is wearing a mask and describing himself as a firefighter.
Who is Sneha Dubey?
Sneha is a 2012 batch IFS officer who opened the raw page of Pakistan in front of the whole world. He got success in UPSC in the first attempt itself. After becoming IFS, he got appointed to the Ministry of External Affairs. In 2014, the Indian Embassy was sent to Madrid. Presently she is the first Secretary of India in the United Nations General Assembly. Sneha has studied at JNU.
She has done MA and Fphil from here. She did his early education in Goa and then graduated from Fergusson College in Pune. She is the first civil service officer in his family.
What did Imran Khan say on the Kashmir issue?
Imran Khan did not come to New York this time. He raised the issue of Kashmir during his virtual address from Pakistan itself. He said that Pakistan wants peace with India; lasting peace in South Asia depends on resolving the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
Laying the blame for establishing peace on India, the Pakistani PM said that the responsibility of creating a conducive environment for a meaningful and fruitful engagement with Pakistan remains on India. During the virtual address at the United Nations, Imran Khan also raised his Afghanistan and Taliban issues.