The Chinese media has reacted after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s speech at the United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) where she had exposed the real face of Pakistan and its continuous support to harbour and fund terrorism. A state-run Chinese daily while judging External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s address at the UNGA said that minister’s speech was arrogant, but admitted ‘there is indeed terrorism in Pakistan.’
After the fake picture goof-up at the UN General Assembly where Pakistan was caught red handed lying and shaming India, this admission by Chinese media that Pakistan does have terrorism has come as another blow for Islamabad. Especially from an ally, which Pakistan considers as ‘all weather friend.’
Sushma Swaraj during her address at the UNGA had said that India produced educational institutions like IITs, IIMs while on the other side, it was Pakistan which only perpetrated terror by funding and harbouring terror organisations like LeT, JeM, Hizbul Mujahideen and others.
The Chinese editorial further said, “There is indeed terrorism in Pakistan. But is supporting terror the country’s national policy? What can Pakistan gain from exporting terrorism? Money or honour.”
“With smooth development of its economy and foreign relations in recent years, an arrogant India has looked down on Pakistan and assumed a haughty air with China,” the editorial mentioned.
Coming after the recent stand-off between India-China over the Doklam issue, it was also mentioned in the editorial that in order to prevent disputes from spilling over, India should befriend China and respect Pakistan.
However, not the firs time when India had named and exposed Pakistan for supporting terror groups on global stage. PM Modi, during his 2016 G20 Summit visit, said that only one nation in South Asia spreading terrorism and blamed Pakistan for differentiating between good and bad terrorism.
India in its right to reply after Pakistan’s ‘Mother of terrorism’ remark, once again exposed Pakistan at the UN General Assembly on September 25.
India’s youngest and the junior most diplomat Paolomi Tripathi after reminding Pakistan of its fake image goof-up exposed its real face to the world again.
Exercising its right to reply at the UNGA, India put up a picture of Lt Umar Faiyaz, an Indian Army officer who was brutally killed by Pakistani funded terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
“This is a picture of Lt Umar Fayaz, a young officer from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), he was brutally killed by Pakistani-supported terrorists,” Tripathi said while holding the picture to the world.