Pakistan Warns the UN of Indian False Flag Operations

Just recently, an envoy from Islamabad attended the last session of the United Nations (UN) and warned the world body of India to carry out false flag operations against Pakistan. It believes that this will be done by India as a way of justifying its aggression towards the country. 

Munir Akram, the Permanent Representative to the United Nations from Pakistan, stated that India comes up with fake news in order to malign Pakistan. In addition, he accused the Indian government of perpetrating subversion and terrorism against the country. 

However, Akram did not stop there. He went on to address a debate at the General Assembly of the UN by recalling how India has suppressed the right of self-determination of the Kashmiris. He pointed out that India has also violated the UN Security Council Resolutions, which were to be upheld in the case of the people of Kashmir.

The Permanent Representative added that the Indian government also started a campaign to convert the Muslim majority residing in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), into Hindus. He noted that this was being done to ensure that IIOJK is turned into a Hindu majority territory. According to Akram, more than half a million Hindus from India were allowed to usurp the lands that belonged to Kashmiris. He deemed that this act was a genocide as per international laws. 

The diplomat added that India has silenced the voices of the Kashmiris through the campaigns that it runs. He stated that the country also continues to threaten Pakistan by using aggression to violate the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC). 

The ambassador added that India’s war efforts were averted in February of 2019 due to the restraint showed by Pakistan. However, he stated that the region may not be fortunate enough to avert India’s disastrous moves the next time. 

On the 26th of January, Pakistan made a warning to the UN, stating that those aspiring for permanent seats on the UN Security Council, will make efforts to try to prevent the reformation of the 15-member body. The aspirants include Brazil, Japan, Germany, and India, who will attempt to kill the consensus-based process. The point of this process is to make the 15-member body more accountable, effective, and representative. 

Ambassador Akram asserted that the Inter-Government Negotiations (IGN) is the only credible platform, which can move towards a comprehensive reform of the Security Council. He reaffirmed that Pakistan is fully against the idea of adding new permanent members. 

The Pakistani envoy referred to the process of IGN being resumed in New York and said that any attempts made to derail or undermine it will not bear any fruit.

Japan, also known as G-4, was accused of trying to instigate fear of lost reforms. They had previously failed to gather any support for their aim for permanent membership of the UNSC. Therefore, they were now moving towards creating fear to ensure that their procedural moves are endorsed in order to short circuit the process.