India slams Pakistan at UN assembly, says ironic of Pak to discuss protection of religious sites
India has criticised Pakistan and encouraged the United Nations to not take sides with regards to defending religious destination across the world in the present occasions. India at the 75th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly has said it is an incongruity that Pakistan is one of the co-supporters of the goal on promoting culture and safeguarding religious sites.
India, at the Adoption of new Resolution on at the United Nations, stated recent events of atrocities conducted in the name of religion that happened all over the world and encouraged United Nations to use the standards of objectivity, non-selectivity and fair-mindedness to frame the premise of conversations particularly on the issue of religion. The United Nations including UN Alliance of Civilizations ought not favour one side and as long as such selectivity exists, the world can never really cultivate a culture of harmony.
The representative likewise explained India's situation on protecting strict foundations saying the nation has rigid laws against viciousness or segregation dependent on religion and alluded to the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act of 1991.