Watch: “No takers for your Malware”, says India’s Akbaruddin in UNSC, lashes out at Pakistan

Akbaruddin said: “It is more acknowledged that the Council faces crises of identity and legitimacy, as well as importance and performance

New York: Pakistan should heal itself of its “malaise” and stop canvasing false stories, India said at the United Nations Security Council on Thursday, calling the neighbor nation for epitomizes the dark arts.

Syed Akbaruddin who is India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, criticizing the UN body for its inability to counter-terror from Pakistan he said there were “no takers here for your malware”.

Akbaruddin said: “It is more acknowledged that the Council faces crises of identity and legitimacy, as well as importance and performance. The worldwide terror networks, the weaponization of new technologies, the lack of ability to counter those resorting to disruptive statecraft are showing up the shortcomings of the Council.”

While addressing the open debate, Akbaruddin added: “One delegation that epitomizes the dark arts has, yet again, displayed its wares by canvasing false stories earlier today. These we dismiss with contempt. My simple response to neighboring Pakistan is even though it is late, heal thyself of your malaise. There are no takers here for your malware.”

The sharp remarks came after Pakistan’s Munir Akram accused India of “false and deceitful claims on normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir” after imposing “unilateral measures”.

Pakistan have been involved in a war of words since the Narendra Modi government revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status on August 5 and bifurcated two union territories — Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

Akbaruddin also highlighted the need for a security council that is representative of global realities.

He quoted Gandhi: “One must care about the world one will not see.”

Akbaruddin said that “The answer to the crises the Council faces, lies in invoking and working through Charter provisions that provide for reform and change. We certainly need a Council that can represent current global realities, credible, and legitimate, rather than one that rests merely on the claim that it existed at the inception. The Council needs to be appropriate for the purpose of the 21st century,”.

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