On a day that New Delhi vowed to launch a diplomatic blitz against Islamabad in wake of the ghastly two terror attacks on an army base in Uri. In one operation 18 soldiers were martyred and the another operation is underway in which 10 terrorists were gunned down.

India on Monday began at the UN Human Rights Council meeting, where it charged Pakistan with continuing to 'test the patience as well as wisdom of this Council'.

Pakistan continues to test the patience as well as wisdom of this Council with its unceasing false-narrative backed by fabricated facts and figures about the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir," India's Counsellor Political Alok Ranjan Jha said in response to a statement by Pakistan under the Agenda Item 4 during the 33rd Session of the UNHRC.

Pakistan was well-advised to focus its energies on setting its own house in order and acting against the perpetrators of terrorist attacks on its neighbours instead of ritually raking up alleged human rights violations elsewhere.

"We, once again, ask Pakistan to stop inciting and supporting violence and terrorism in any part of India and refrain from meddling in our internal affairs in any manner," Jha said.

"We call upon the Council to urge Pakistan to fulfill its obligation to vacate illegal occupation of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir." Earlier on Monday, in its statement under the Agenda Item 4 during the the UN Human Rights Council, India said that a policy of zero tolerance to terrorism was an international obligation.