Criticizing Pakistan at UNESCO over its false claims and propaganda on Jammu and Kashmir, India said that the country has "deep-rooted DNA of terrorism".
Calling Pakistan a nearly failed state, "Pakistan is home to all shades of darkness; from extremist ideologies and darker powers of radicalization to the darkest manifestations of terrorism," Ananya Agarwal told the panel.
“Pakistan’s neurotic behavior has resulted in its decline to a nearly failed state with its weak economy, radicalized society and deep-rooted DNA of terrorism,” said Ananya Agarwal. She led the Indian delegation to the UNESCO General Conference held in Paris.
“We Condemn Pakistan’s disappointing misuse of UNESCO to spew venom against India and politicize it,” she added. Agarwal noted that Pakistan, in 2018, ranked 14th on the fragile state index.
“Would this gathering believe if I told them that one of Pakistan’s former president’s Gen. Pervez Musharraf recently called terrorists such as Osama Bin laden and Haqqani network as Pakistan’s heroes,” she questioned the panel.
Exposing Pakistan further on the grounds of spreading and breeding terrorism, Agarwal said that Pakistan is a country, whose leader uses the UN platform to openly preach nuclear war and issue a call to use arms against other nations, referring Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks at the UN General Assembly session in September whereby the leader had warned India that if it if there’s face-off between two nuclear-armed neighbors, the consequences would be far beyond their borders.