‘Remember Abbottabad’: India tells Pakistan

New York, Nov 25 (UNI) India has ridiculed Pakistan for presenting a ”dossier of lies” on terrorism to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and asked Islamabad to ”remember Abbottabad”. Pakistan had presented a ”dossier” to the UN Secretary General accusing India of fanning terrorism in that country. The ”dossier” was given a day after India presented to Envoys of various countries details about the November 19 incident in which four Pakistan-backed Jaishe-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists were killed and a huge cache of arms and ammunition recovered at Nagrota in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, T S Tirumurti, reacting to Pakistan presenting the dossier to the UN Secretary General, asked Islamabad to ”remember Abbottabad”, reminding them of having sheltered Al Qaida chief Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad. Mr Tirumurti said the dossier enjoyed zero credibility and concocting documents and false narratives was not new to Pakistan. He said Pakistan itself hosted the world’s largest number of terrorists and entities already banned by the UN. ”The dossier of lies presented by Pakistan enjoys zero credibility. Concocting documents and peddling false narratives is not new to Pakistan, host to world’s largest number UN proscribed terrorists and entities. Remember Abbottabad,” Ambassador Tirumurti tweeted.

Mr Tirumurti was speaking at an event to commemorate 25 years of the Dayton Agreement. The Dayton Agreement, also known as the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina was reached on November 21, 1995, and formally signed on December 14, 1995, putting an end to nearly four years of Bosnian war.