India denounces attacks on all religions, calls for inclusive dialogue to fight bigotry
India's Permanent Representative Ruchira Kamboj said on Wednesday that India was deeply concerned over "the growing increase in attacks on religious places, including churches, gurdwaras, monasteries, mosques, temples, synagogues and other religious sites". "This is the time for us to work together to strengthen human fraternity and to intensify our efforts in building a culture of peace.
India offers Pakistan 'utmost sympathy' for its ignorance, non-comprehension of peace culture
In a voice dripping with sarcasm, she blew off a Pakistani attack on India at the General Assembly on Wednesday saying: "We have nothing but the utmost sympathy for such a mindset that utters falsehoods repeatedly, arising undeniably out of ignorance, and a total lack of appreciation for a culture of peace." Although she did not name Pakistan, Kamboj said: "Most regrettably, we've heard some deeply distorted and inaccurate not to mention malicious remarks from a delegate."
India demands global condemnation of Pakistani drone delivery of weapons to terrorists
"We are facing a serious challenge of cross-border supply of illicit weapons using drones, which cannot be possible without active support from the authorities in control of those territories," India's Permanent Representative Ruchira Kamboj told the Security Council on Monday. "The international community should condemn such behaviour and hold such states accountable for their misdeeds," she said. Although Kamboj did not name Pakistan, the reference to the country was obvious.