India slammed China on the use of veto.

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United Nations, India has criticized the members of the UN Security Council’s veto power on Wednesday. The reason was that, in order to list the terrorists, hindering any explanation. India’s indirect attack on China, which was repeatedly trying to declare Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, was an indirect attack on India. Explain that China has used its veto power in relation to the list of terrorists or extremist groups related to the Pakistani establishment.

Emphasis on transparency
India’s permanent representative in the United Nations, Syed Akbaruddin, participating in an open discussion on the functioning of the Security Council, said, “Many times it did not even know which countries have used their veto. Veto power is obstructing the listing of many terrorists without giving any explanation. He said that in this context, the UN’s sanctions committees are also required to remove their discrepancies in addition to transparency and accountability.

China has repeatedly hindered India’s efforts to mark Azhar under the UN Security Council’s Al-Qaeda Ban Committee. The 14 ban societies have listed 678 persons and 385 institutions for such restrictions. Despite this, these decisions were taken without giving information and no explanation was given on the basis of which the decision was taken.

Reform appeal
Akbaruddin said, “The existing inconsistencies have affected the efficiency and credibility of the Council as well as affecting the large number of mandatory members for implementing decisions. In my view, with many other countries, my country has appealed for reforms in the Security Council. “Bolivia’s representative supported her approach, who said that the success of the restrictions depends on the cooperation of all the member countries.

Pakistan again waged ‘Raga Kashmir’
Pakistan once again raised the Kashmir issue in the UN Security Council. The UN accused the government of ‘selective’ implementation of its proposal. On Wednesday, Pakistan’s permanent representative in the United Nations, Maliha Lodhi, sought a periodic review of the decades-old proposals of the Security Council, particularly on matters like Jammu and Kashmir pending for a long time. On the Kashmir issue, India has been consistently opposing any third party interference, while Pakistan has always sought the intermediary to resolve the differences.