UNITED NATIONS - Pakistan firmly rejected India’s claim at the United Nations that Jammu and Kashmir was its integral part, saying the Himalayan state was an internationally recognised disputed territory. “Jammu and Kashmir neither is a so-called ‘integral’ part of India, nor is it India’s internal matter,” Pakistani delegate Saima Saleem said in response to an Indian delegate assertion that by raising the Kashmir dispute in his speech to the UN General Assembly on Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan had brought in “matters internal to my country.” Reacting to the Indian claim, Ms Saleem, a counselor at the Pakistan Mission to the UN, said, “India remains in occupation of an internationally recognized disputed territory whose final disposition needs to be decided in accordance with the democratic principle of a free and impartial plebiscite under UN auspices, as provided for under numerous resolutions of the Security Council.” Spanish rider Vinales dies in motorsport crash The Indian delegate, Sneha Dubey, while exercising her right of reply to the PM Imran Khan’s statement, also made sweeping allegations about Pakistan’s involvement in terrorism, claiming that country has a policy of harbouring, aiding and actively supporting terrorists. In a hard-hitting statement made in exercise of her right of reply, Ms. Saleem, the Pakistani delegate, said India’s use of the canard of terrorism, regurgitating stale arguments are typical of all occupiers. “Let me emphasise that India itself is the principal perpetrator, sponsor, financier and abettor of terrorism in the region,” she said, adding New Delhi was involved in at least 4 different types of terrorism: -- Resorting to “state terrorism” to suppress the people of Indian Illegally Occupied in Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK);-- Funding and supporting terrorist organisations like the TTP which conducts numerous cross-border terrorist attacks against Pakistan;-- Financing and organizing mercenary terrorist organizations against Pakistan to impede economic growth and prosperity of the region, citing the capture of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav; -- It’s supremacist ideology has mainstreamed Islamophobia and bigotry against minorities, particularly Muslims. Farhan, Rizwan performance earns KPK second consecutive win in National T20 Cup India’s violations of human rights in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Ms Saleem said, were well documented in the two reports of the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights, as also by Major human rights organizations, but Indian authorities have failed to respond to their critical reports. The Government of Pakistan, she said, has recently released a comprehensive and well-researched Dossier containing the entire range of gross, systematic and widespread violations of human rights being perpetrated by Indian security forces in the occupied territory. “We call upon the international community to take cognizance of the compelling evidence and hold India accountable for the heinous crimes. “If India has nothing to hide, it must accept a UN Commission of Inquiry and agree to implement the Security Council resolutions stipulating a plebiscite to enable the people of Jammu and Kashmir to exercise their right to self-determination,” the Pakistani delegate added. Pakistan Navy, Custom seize liquor worth Rs70.5 million in joint sea operation “The Indian delegation would do well to reflect on the deeply troubling trajectory their state is embarked upon, rather than indulging in patent falsehoods about Pakistan,” she remarked.