Geneva: – India issued a stern warning that Turkey should refrain from commenting on the internal Indian matters. While castigating Turkey over the Kashmir issue in the UN Human Rights Commission meeting, India also lashed out at the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) and Pakistan. Criticising that Pakistan is a country distributing pensions, India expressed displeasure that the OIC is implementing Pakistan’s agenda.
A meeting of the UN Human Rights Council was held on Tuesday. During the meeting, India lambasted OIC and Pakistan along with Turkey, by using ‘Right to Reply’. Pawan Badhe, India’s First Secretary at the Human Rights Commission, reprimanded Turkey by saying, ‘Turkey should refrain from commenting about the internal Indian affairs. At the same time, it should try to understand well, how the issues are handled in democratic systems and methods.’ Turkish President Recep Erdogan has made many controversial statements regarding the Kashmir issue and has always supported Pakistan. Against this background, India seems to have reprimanded Turkey from a platform like the United Nations and delivered an appropriate message.
Following Turkey, India lambasted the OIC, which is an association of the Islamic countries. The Indian officials gave a piece of scathing advice, ‘OIC has no right to speak about the internal Indian matters. Pakistan is using OIC to implement its own agenda. The OIC members should decide for themselves whether it is in their interest to implement the Pakistani agenda.’
At this time, First Secretary Badhe aptly castigated Pakistan by saying ‘It is an old Pakistani habit to carry on false propaganda, spread misinformation and malign the Indian image to fulfil its crooked objectives. The country inordinately torturing its minorities and a global centre of terrorism is not eligible to speak against, not only India but any country in the world.’ At this time, he read out the list of atrocities being meted out by the Pakistan government to the people of Balochistan, Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.