In a solid show of worldwide solidarity and backing for India, the powerful UN Security Council containing 15 countries, including China, on Thursday denounced in the “the strongest terms” the “heinous and cowardly” terrorist attack executed by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama and worried on the need to bring responsible terrorists to justice.
UNSC resolution reaffirmed that fear-mongering in the entirety of its structures and appearances establishes a standout amongst the most genuine dangers to universal harmony and security and underlined the need to hold culprits, coordinators, lenders, and supporters of these unforgivable demonstrations of psychological warfare responsible and convey them to equity.
The UNSC, which incorporates China as a veto-using changeless part that in the past has hindered India’s offers in the Security Council Sanctions panel to assign Azhar as an international militant also approached the worldwide network to “participate effectively” with the Indian government in holding the coordinators and supporters of such assaults responsible.
“The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous and cowardly suicide bombing in Jammu and Kashmir, which resulted in over 40 Indian paramilitary forces dead and dozens wounded on February 14, 2019, for which Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility,” – UNSC Press Statement
The UNSC encouraged all States, as per their commitments under global law and significant Security Council goals, to participate effectively with India and all other pertinent specialists to convey culprits of the Pulwama assault to equity.
It also repeated that any demonstrations of fear-mongering are criminal and ridiculous, paying little mind to their inspiration, wherever, at whatever point and by whomsoever carried out.
The UNSC individuals communicated their most profound compassion and sympathies to the groups of the people in question, just as to the Indian individuals and the legislature, and wished a quick and full recuperation to the individuals who were harmed.