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India reimposes Pakistan class on terrorism at UN, warns international community



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UN in India accuses Pakistan of supporting terrorist organizations
Questions were also asked about the use of new and emerging technologies by terrorists.
Asked to take action against terrorist organizations without delay.

New York. India ferociously imposed a course on Pakistan on terrorism at the UN on Wednesday (local time). At the same time, warning global communities, called for action against this country. Speaking on “international terrorist threats” during the UN Security Council meeting with Araria-source, Indian diplomat Rajesh Parihar said: “It is high time for the international community to act against Pakistan. also effective, credible, verifiable and irrefutable evidence of terrorist organizations.Measures must be taken without delay against terrorist organizations operating from areas under Pakistani control.

Speaking strongly to terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Hizb-ul Mujahideen (HUM) in Pakistan, Rajesh Parihar said: “Terrorist groups designated by the UN like Lashkar, Lashkar, HUM, JeM continues to operate across the border targeting civilians, security forces, places of worship and critical infrastructure in India. The threats posed to India by these groups were also highlighted recently in the 13th Report of the Analytical Support Committee and Sanctions Monitoring Team of 1988.

He also pointed to the terrorist group’s expansion of new and emerging technologies to achieve its ulterior motives. Parihar said, “Terrorism remains the greatest threat to humanity, despite the efforts of the international community, including UNSC-led efforts to counter and prevent it over the past two decades. Not only is the terrorist threat growing, but it is expanding at a rapid pace. It is rapidly expanding into new regions, especially in Asia and Africa. At the same time, new and emerging technologies are also being developed by terrorist groups to achieve their vicious goals.
In recent days, terrorists have launched cross-border drone strikes on the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure. As a result of which Indian civilians lost their lives and many were injured. The Indian diplomat said: “India condemns these cross-border drone strikes in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. We also condemned the terrorist attack perpetrated by al-Shabaab on a hotel two weeks ago, in which more than 20 people lost their lives.” 40 people were killed and more than 70 injured in an attack by al-Shabaab militants at the Hyatt hotel in Mogadishu, the Somali capital.

Parihar urged the Council to look into the use of new technologies by terrorist groups, a new emerging trend to assess this threat. Also urged to ensure an effective and rapid response to deal with this threat.

Key words:, United Nations General Assembly