Pakistani media reviews on Thursday claimed that the Everlasting Consultant (PR) of Pakistan to the United Nations (UN), Munir Akram, had despatched a written submission to the UN Safety Council (UNSC) that convened on January 12 for an open debate on “Worldwide Cooperation in combating terrorism 20 years after the adoption of 1373”, proposing an motion plan to deal with what it referred to as “violent extremist supremacist teams”, together with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), claiming the organisation poses a “clear and current hazard” to worldwide peace and safety.
India At the moment has discovered that there was no such submission on the UNSC by the Pakistani envoy to the UN.
“These violent extremist supremacist teams pose a transparent and current hazard to regional and worldwide peace and safety,” government-operated information company Related Press of Pakistan (APP) quoted Munir Akram, Pakistan’s Everlasting Consultant to the UN, as telling the panel.
The 15-member council had convened on January 12 to evaluate international cooperation in combating terrorism.
“They [extremist outfits] should be outlawed by the Safety Council like different terrorist teams,” the Pakistani envoy harassed in his assertion submitted to the Council, as reported by APP.
As of the time of writing this text, the Media Paperwork Centre of the UN Division of International Communications responded to India At the moment’s question by saying, “Sorry, the ECOSOC President didn’t submit an announcement for that assembly.”
Our query was very particular asking if the Pakistani PR has written submission on the open debate on terrorism on January 12 on the UNSC.
The question additionally added, “It isn’t reflecting on the web site. If true, might I’ve a replica of the submission on India and the RSS?”
The official response referred to Ambassador Munir Akram as President of ECOSOC, who was elected seventy-sixth President of the Financial and Social Council on 23 July 2020.
Whereas the response obtained from the UN workplace denying any submission by the Pakistani envoy was on January 14, 8:39 pm (IST), APP had filed its story on January 13, 11:36 am (EST).
Whereas Pakistani media has filed reviews with quotes from the written submission, India At the moment not solely has a affirmation from the UN workplace of no such written submission, however the UN web site additionally nonetheless doesn’t replicate any such letter whereas submissions of all different international locations could be seen.
If in any respect, the Pakistani PR would have had despatched a written submission, it ought to have mirrored on the web site. Pakistan couldn’t have participated themselves within the open debate on terrorism on January 12 since it’s not a UNSC member.