India condemns Pakistan for raising Kashmir issue during Israel-Hamas Debate at UNSC

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R Ravindra, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative (DPR) to the United Nations additionally underlined New Delhi’s efforts to ship humanitarian help to civilians within the Gaza Strip, amid the continuing Israel-Hamas conflict.

India slammed Pakistan for raising the Kashmir issue within the midst of a debate meant for the Israel-Gaza state of affairs and termed the motion as of a ‘recurring nature’. R Ravindra, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative (DPR) to the United Nations on Wednesday earlier than concluding his remarks at the discussion board referred to as that the remarks from the Pakistan aspect unworthy of a response and never value dignifying.

“Before I end, there was a remark of habitual nature by one delegation referring to Union Territories that are integral and inalienable parts of my country,” Ravindra stated, including, “I would treat these remarks with the contempt they deserve and not dignify them with a response in the interest of time.” 

He additionally underlined New Delhi’s efforts to ship humanitarian help to civilians within the Gaza Strip, amid the continuing Israel-Hamas conflict, saying that it has despatched 38 tons of meals and significant medical gear to the area.

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Ravindra made the assertion whereas representing India at the United Nations Security Council Open-debate on the “situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question”. 

Thanking the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for the open debate on the most recent chapter of hostilities in West Asia, he stated India was deeply involved in regards to the deteriorating safety state of affairs and large-scale lack of civilians within the ongoing battle.

“The mounting humanitarian crisis is equally alarming,” he stated. “India has sent 38 tons of humanitarian goods, including medicines and equipment, to the people of Palestine. We also urge the parties to work towards creating conditions necessary for peace and for restarting direct negotiations, including through de-escalation and issuing violence,” Ravindra added. 

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“The escalation of our utilities in the region has only exacerbated the dire humanitarian situation,” he stated, including, “It has once again underscored the fragile nature of the ceasefire.”

The terror assaults that occurred on October 7 in Israel have been stunning and India condemned them unequivocally, the deputy everlasting envoy to the UN famous. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was one of many first world leaders to convey his condolences over the lack of lives and “prayers for the innocent victims and their families”.

Ravindra concluded his assertion by reaffirming India’s agency dedication to reaching a “just, peaceful, and lasting solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict”.


Nilesh Desai
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