Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has lashed out at Pakistan on terrorism in the United Nations. Lashing out at Pakistan's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani, Jaishankar said, "She should not forget that the whole world sees Pakistan as the epicenter of terrorism."
Hina Rabbani recently accused India of promoting terrorism. Jaishankar gave a befitting reply to Rabbani's allegations. When reporters questioned India's Foreign Minister on Hina Rabbani's allegations, Jaishankar said, "Rabbani should remember the remarks of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton." Please tell that Hina Rabbani had blamed India for the blast at the residence of terrorist Hafiz Saeed. He had said, the way India has used terrorism, no one else can do it.
When journalists asked Jaishankar about this, he said, "I remember an incident about a decade ago, when US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was on a visit to Pakistan. Hina Rabbani was also a minister at that time. Said in the speech that you cannot keep snakes in your backyard just thinking that they will bite only your neighbor. They will also bite the people who have kept them. Jaishankar said, "Pakistan should rectify its activities and try to be a good neighbor."