INDIA ON Tuesday underlined that terrorism continues to be one of many gravest threats to humankind and it may possibly by no means be justified.
Speaking on the high-level section of the 46th session of Human Rights Council, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar stated terrorism is a criminal offense towards humanity and violates essentially the most basic human proper, specifically the suitable to life. “Terrorism continues to be one of the gravest threats to humankind,” he stated in a digital deal with.
“As a long-standing victim, India has been in the forefront of the global action against terrorism. This is possible only when there is a clear realisation, including in bodies dealing with human rights, that terrorism can never be justified, nor its perpetrators ever equated with its victims,” he stated in a veiled reference to Pakistan. He stated India offered final month on the UN an eight-point motion plan to cope with the scourge of terrorism. “We will continue to work together… to ensure implementation of our action plan,” he stated.