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India hits out at double standards on terrorism, tions playing terror card

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  30 July 2017 12:00 AM GMT

United tions, July 29: India has condemned countries playing the terrorism “card” in intertiol relations and criticised the double standards in dealing with terrorists while warning about the emerging “apocalyptic” threats.
“Terrorism is an intertiol threat that should not be allowed to serve tiol strategy,” India’s Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday during a General Assembly debate on the report of Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy. “We must resist the temptation of buying individual peace for ourselves by striking deals that divert terrorists elsewhere,” he said without ming any country. “We need to intensify our efforts in persuading States to refrain from using terrorism as a card in the games that tions play.”
Calling for a introspection by the members of the UN, he said: “There are important issues today before the intertiol community that beg answers: Where do potential terrorists go for training? How does their fincing work? Do we know the answers and yet choose to look away? “The dangers of discrimiting among terrorists — good or bad or yours and mine — are well known.” The other aspect of the double standards in dealing with terrorism was geographic, he said. (IANS)

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