India warns against Pakistan's attempts to disrupt Non-Aligned Movement
Saturday, 10 October 2020 () Calling out Pakistan's attempts to disrupt the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), India has warned that it will slide to irrelevance and be shut out of global decision-making if attempts were made to divide it by venting bilateral grievances.
Pakistani opposition leaders Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Maryam Nawaz, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Mehmood Khan Achakzai and Mohsin Dawar held massive rally against Prime Minister Imran Khan led-government on Sunday. The joint opposition front Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) arrived at Karachi's Bagh-e-Jinnah for the second power show here. Thousands of people assembled for the anti-government rally. People were seen waving opposition parties flag and raising slogans. This is second such rally after the one held in Gujranwala on October 16.
Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan on October 09 attended 75th United Nations General Assembly Ministerial Meeting of the Non -Aligned Movement via a video conference. He said, "Terrorism and their enablers continue to spread their tentacles unabated. Misinformation and fake news are wreaking havoc on social cohesion and collective security. Climate change has become an existential threat." "Humanitarian emergencies are straining capacities. Cyber-security threats and the uneven impact of frontier technologies are causing turbulence. Development concerns remain paramount for the vast majority of the world's population."
Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan on October 09 attended 75th United Nations General Assembly Ministerial Meeting of the Non -Aligned Movement via a video conference. He said, "We're meeting in a year of shared milestones - UN turns 75 years old this year. This year also marks 65th anniversary of landmark Bandung Conference that resulted in adoption of founding principles of Non-Aligned Movement. COVID-19 has reminded us of our interconnectedness and dependence on each other. We can't fight this alone. Just as this disease doesn't respect borders, our fight against it must be coordinated to be effective."
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on September 15 briefed members of Lok Sabha about the India-China border issues. He said that India has told China through diplomatic channels that the attempts to..