Giving a suitable meaning to above statement is India's First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN, Eenam Gambhir.

Educated from University of Geneva, Eenam is a 2005 Indian Foreign Service officer who has worked on Pakistan desk of Ministry of External Affairs in the past.



India's permanent representative at the United Nations, Syed Akbaruddin has been Eenam's mentor and is said to have been guiding her since few years.

The United Nations General Assembly has been important for India and Pakistan against the aphotic background of recent Uri terror attacks in which 18 Indian armymen lost their lives.

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in his UN General Assembly speech on 21st September said, "Today, from this rostrum, I would also like to reiterate our offer to India to enter into a serious and sustained dialogue for the peaceful resolution of all outstanding disputes, especially Jammu and Kashmir”.



For reasons obvious to everyone, the speech did not go down too well with India and Eenam Gambhir, did not hold back even slightest bit to make it evident.

In India's reply, she said,"When practised as an instrument of state policy it is a war crime. What my country and our other neighbours are facing today is Pakistan's long-standing policy”.

 

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She further added that consequences of Pakistan sponsoring terrorism have spread beyond the boundaries of “our region” and have a wide-reaching effects on international level.

Gambhir further added that it's ironical that the land of Taxila is now host to the 'Ivy league of terror' and is spreading toxicity across the globe.

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Sharif's speech and India's 'Right of Reply' was followed by India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's speech.

She touched upon various topics from poverty to gender equality but the most important part of her address was the highly anticipated take down of Pakistan's false claims against policies on terrorism and Kashmir issue, on a international platform.

“Jinke Ghar Sheeshe Ke Hote Hain, Wo Dusro Ke Gharo Mein Pathar Na Phenkein,” said Sushma who was in no mood to mince her words and let any kind of misunderstanding creep into the mind of her Pakistani counterpart regarding India's stand on the Kashmir issue.



Expectedly, Pakistan also used its 'Right of Reply' and diplomat Maleeha Lodhi made clear remarks saying that Sushma's speech was a "litany of falsehoods" about Pakistan and a "travesty of facts and history".

Lodhi said Jammu and Kashmir can never be an integral part of India and is a "disputed territory", the final status of which has yet to be determined in accordance with several resolutions of the UN Security Council.



Responding to which, Eenam Gambhir reaffirmed that Kashmir is and always will be an integral part of India. "...It appears that the distinguished representative of Pakistan did not hear clearly what our Minister of External Affairs stated during her address earlier today.”

“We hope that the message is loud and clear," she added. Gambhir said India rejects "entirely" Lodhi's "sermons", calling her remarks "the views of a dysfunctional state which builds atrocity upon atrocity on its own people, preaching about values of tolerance, democracy and human rights”.

She further asked, “Can the representative of Pakistan confirm that they do not use terrorist proxies and export terrorism as a matter of state policy,” besides mentioning the genocide of 1971.


JPN: Ira Shukla