Right to reply is the most important of the rules mentioned under Annex 5 of UNGA. Under this rule, delegations have the right to exercise their right to reply at the end of the general meeting of any day.
Sneha’s reply has stopped speaking of Pakistan.
When people woke up in the morning in India on Saturday, they could hear only one name, that of Sneha Dubey. Sneha, a Foreign Service officer, gave a befitting reply to Pakistan at the 76th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
Sneha used Right to Reply and told the reality of Pakistan in front of the world. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, who in his speech tried to gain the sympathy of the world by playing the victim card in the name of terrorism, Sneha showed him the mirror. Let us tell you what is this right to reply and when a country uses it.
Right to reply is the most important rule
Right to reply is the most important of the rules mentioned under Annex 5 of UNGA. Under this rule, delegations have the right to exercise their right to reply at the end of the general meeting of any day. That is, on any day when two meetings are over, right to reply can be used. But Right to Reply can be used on the same subject on which the meeting has been organized.
10 and five minutes only
The number of interventions on any subject under Right to Reply cannot exceed two. The first intervention for any delegation cannot exceed 10 minutes on any subject. The time allotted for the second intervention is only five minutes. On behalf of India, Sneha Dubey has given a befitting reply to Pakistan using this right. Imran used wrong words for the Indian government from this UN platform. Imran once again described the government of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘Hindu nationalist government’ and ‘fascist’.
India’s first secretary to the United Nations, Sneha Dubey, told the UN General Assembly on Friday, Pakistan is a ‘fire instigator’, while it pretends to present itself as a ‘fire extinguisher’. Said that Pakistan is the patron of terrorism and represses minorities.
Sneha has made it clear to Pakistan and the world that Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh have always been an integral part of India, are and always will be. He has also warned Pakistan in strong words that it will have to vacate the areas of PoK which it has illegally occupied at the earliest. Hearing Sneha’s reply, Pakistani diplomats sitting a short distance away were peeping on their sides.
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