India’s envoy to the United Nations (UN) on Wednesday reminded the world neighborhood of slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden’s extended presence in Pakistan whereas dismissing Islamabad’s file on New Delhi’s alleged involvement in acts of terrorism.
TS Tirumurti, India’s everlasting consultant to the UN, conveyed the nation’s place after his Pakistani counterpart, Munir Akram, offered a duplicate of the file to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday.
Tirumurti tweeted that the “dossier of lies” offered by Pakistan “enjoys zero credibility”.
“Concocting documents and peddling false narratives is not new to Pakistan, host to world’s largest number of UN proscribed terrorists and entities,” he stated.
“Remember Abbottabad!” Tirumurti added, in a reference to the Pakistani garrison city the place bin Laden was killed in May 2011 by US particular forces in a compound situated a brief distance from the nation’s principal coaching facility for navy officers.
Earlier, Akram and Pakistan’s mission to the UN had tweeted concerning the handing over of the file to the UN secretary normal. The mission stated in a tweet that the file contained alleged “evidence of India’s systematic campaign to promote terrorism” and “active planning, aiding, abetting, financing & execution of terrorist activities in Pakistan”.
Another tweet from the mission stated Pakistan would “unmask the eco-system” of terrorism from “ungoverned spaces from across our border”.
The file, unveiled by Pakistan international minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and chief navy spokesman Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar earlier this month, has already been rubbished by each India and Afghanistan.
India has, for a very long time, accused Pakistan of utilizing terrorism as an instrument of state coverage and of failing to prosecute Pakistan-based terrorists concerned in executing assaults in Mumbai, Pathankot, Uri and Pulwama.
Pakistan’s file has additionally discovered no takers in the worldwide neighborhood. Islamabad, nonetheless, has been persisting with efforts to rake up the file at worldwide boards in the hope of influencing the incoming administration in the US headed by president-elect Joe Biden.