India hits out at Pakistan, China for taking advantage of pandemic 

New Delhi: – T.S. Tirumurti, permanent Representative of India in the United Nations, targeted China and Pakistan, without taking names. He said that while India is busy assisting other countries, in tiding over the Coronavirus Crisis, some countries are trying to exploit the crisis. These countries are spreading terrorism and implementing aggressive policies. Tirumurti was speaking at the meeting, on the occasion of the third anniversary of the India UN Development Fund.   

Tirumurti said that India has always given priority to its allies. Tirumurti reminded that the Indian Prime Minister has repeatedly said that India looks at the Coronavirus crisis as an opportunity for India, to help other countries.   

India has provided medical assistance to 150 countries in the world. India supplied 85 million tablets of Hydroxychloroquine and 500 million tablets of paracetamol, to nearly 100 countries in April, alone. Moreover, medical supplies were sent to countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Brazil, the United States, Spain, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Maldives, Mauritius and the Dominic Republic. Tirumurti said that India also supplied ventilators to Nepal.  

Some countries are exploiting the Coronavirus crisis to spread terrorism. They are seen to be implementing aggressive policies. Tirumurti lambasted that India is replying to these countries by strengthening its national health capacities. Although he did not name China and Pakistan, it is clear that he was targeting the pro-terrorism policies of Pakistan and Chinese aggression. 

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