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India condemns abuse of UN platform by Pakistan to propagate false, malicious propaganda against it

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 October 2021
By Yoshita Singh United Nations, India strongly hit out at Pakistan for yet again propagating "false and malicious propaganda" against it at a UN platform, where Islamabad spoke in favour of its close ally China's "protection of ethnic and religious minorities" in Xinjiang.
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