Pakistan has drawn up a practical plan before the UN Security Council to deal with India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s sub wing extremist nationalist organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), which is a regional and international threat to peace and security.
According to the state-run news agency APP, Pakistan’s ambassador to the United Nations Munir Akram told the 15-member Security Council that “violent, extremist groups” like other terrorist organizations should be banned.
Munir Akram told UNSC that such violent, racist and extremist terrorist organization will definitely promote violence and will endorse the statements of terrorist organizations like ISIS / ISIS and Al Qaeda.
He warned that the Hindu nationalist party BJP was following the Hindutva ideology which posed a threat to the Muslim population in India.
The Pakistani envoy called for immediate action to stem the rise of violent nationalism and suggested the following steps:
1- States are required to declare violent nationalist groups, including extremists and other ethnic and linguistic extremist groups, as terrorists, as the world has done in the case of al-Qaeda / ISIS and its affiliates.
2- Immediate internal action should be taken to stop the recruitment and financing of these groups and the spread of violent ideologies.
3- The Secretary-General is requested to come up with a plan of action to counter and defeat the extremist ideologies and actions of the nationalist groups.
4- The mandate of the 1267 sanctions committee should be extended to include nationalist terrorist groups like the RSS.
Munir Akram called on the United Nations to “consider some of the neglected aspects of terrorism, one of which is state terrorism perpetrated by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir, the Indian Army” and war crimes. , Committing crimes against humanity.
As the new threats to global peace and security emerge Munir Akram says the world needs to step up its counter-terrorism strategy to “defeat all forms and manifestations” of terrorism.
It should be noted that Pakistan has repeatedly informed the United Nations about the extremist activities of the Indian government.
In his address to the United Nations, Prime Minister Imran Khan also apprised the world of the extremist measures taken by the Indian government.
Imran Khan had said that he believed that India was only for Hindus and others were not equal citizens.
He said that the secularism of Gandhi and Nehru has been replaced by the dream of creating a Hindu Rashtra and even an attempt is being made to create a Hindu state by eliminating 200 million Muslims and other minorities.
The Prime Minister had said that the Babri Masjid was martyred in 1992 and about 2,000 Muslims were massacred in 2002 under the leadership of then Chief Minister Narendra Modi.