India/Naga diplomat vs Pakistan Imran Khan at UN General Assembly

Among the many remarks the Pakistan PM, Imran Khan called India in the UN General Assembly, his accusation that India is led by a fascist totalitarian RRS regime among other things, the scathing response of decades of terrorism, ethnic cleansing, majoritarian fundamentalism and clandestine nuclear trade by the Indian diplomat from Nagaland, Mijito Vinito in the permanent mission of India to the UN, at the United Nations General Assembly had gone viral.

First Secretary, Mijito Vinito of Nagaland, speaks India’s right of reply to Pakistan PM at #UNGA

Mijito Vinito at the United Nations General Assembly said, “This august forum witnessed a new low on its 75th anniversary. The leader of Pakistan today called for those who incite hate and violence to be outlawed. But as he went on, we were left wondering, was he referring to himself?” To watch Mijito’s full UN speech follow the twitter link.

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