Arun Jailtley praises Sushma Swaraj for exposing Pakistan's 'double face on terrorism and dialogue' at UNGA
Sushma Swaraj used the UN platform to highlight the issue of Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism and human rights violations by killing security personnel in India.
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday congratulated External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj for 'very effectively showing Pakistan it's double face on terrorism' and other issues.
Jaitley took to micro-blogging site Twitter, to express his appreciation for Swaraj's speech at United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
"EAM Srimati Sushma Swaraj ji in her UNGA address emphatically dislodged Pakistan's hypocritical role in curbing terrorism in the region. Congratulations to her on very effectively showing Pakistan it's double face on terrorism and dialogue, and emphasizing India's stand." he tweeted.
Swaraj on Saturday used the United Nations platform to highlight the serious issue of Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism and human rights violations by killing security personnel in India.
Swaraj's speech and Jaitley's tweet comes days after back to back incidents of increased violence in Jammu and Kashmir and killing of security personnel had put off India from engaging with Pakistan government, with the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) saying that behind Pakistan's proposal for talks to make a fresh beginning, its evil agenda stands exposed and the true face of the new Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has been revealed.
Imran Khan, who is recovering from injuries sustained during an assassination bid, has been at the loggerheads with the Army for a few months after his ouster as the prime minister in April
The proceedings against Khan were initiated on the Election Commission of Pakistan’s complaint after it found him guilty of “false statements and incorrect declaration” in his election papers
After some of the England Test players made it clear that they were concerned after the assassination attempt on Imran Khan, sources said the PCB is considering moving the first Test.