Pakistan envoy quotes terrorist Sayeed Salahuddin in an anti-India letter written to UN

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| Friday, September 25, 2015 - 18:30
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Anti-India letter written to UN

NEW YORK: In what has shocked India are the two letters written by the Pakistan Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi to the United Nations, the first dated on September 4 and the second on September 9. 
 
While the first letter mentions that no bilateral talks have been initiated between the two countries, the second on the other hand not only talks about Kashmir issue but other problems too. 
 
Dismissing the Pakistani complaint to the UN Security Council, the Ministry of External Affairs addressed a press conference where it cleared that Border Security Force (BSF) of India BSF and Pak Rangers met lately to discuss the pertaining problems. 
 
On the second letter, MEA Spokesperson Vikas Swarup mentioned that the submission is based on Sayeed Salahudeen who is believed to be a global terrorist. “The second letter is based on some kind of submission made by Sayeed Salahudeen. We would respond to this at an appropriate time,” Swarup said.
 
The second complaining letter also added that India was building a 197-km long wall on the Line of Control (LoC) which would violate Council resolutions. The MEA tagged that the issue raised by the neighbour is inspired by a terrorist. 
 
Salahuddin is the leader of the pro-Pakistan Hizb-ul Mujahideen that has been termed as a terrorist organization by India, the United States and the European Union. 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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