Describing the situation in Afghanistan as very critical, India said in the United Nations that the situation there is a direct threat to India.It is vital that the Taliban keep their promise of not allowing terrorism from Afghan soil.Its promise also mentions the banned terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Muhammad of Pakistan under UN Security Council resolution 1267.
India's Ambassador to the United Nations TS Tirumurti said in a discussion on Afghanistan in the UN Security Council that India has appealed to the international community to stand with the people of Afghanistan by rising above the greed of personal gain.So that the people of this country can live with peace, stability and security.
In his address to the United Nations, he said that being a close neighbor of Afghanistan and a friend of its people, the current situation there is a direct threat to India as well.Not only is there uncertainty for the safety of its people, it is also a time of uncertainty for the infrastructure and buildings built in Afghanistan over the past two decades.
He said that India has been successful in adopting resolutions of 15 countries under its chairmanship last month with concrete and far-reaching results.He said that everyone was concerned about the proposal regarding Afghanistan.Especially concerned, all member countries believe that there is a big threat to Afghanistan on the issue of terrorism.That is why it is necessary that the Taliban do not go back on their promise.
Tirumurti told Special Representative to the Secretary-General of the Security Council Debrah Lyons that IS, al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations have been included under UN Security Council Resolution 1267 (1999).Jaish founder Masood Azhar and Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed have also been included in the list of global terrorists under the same resolution.
Under resolution 2593, cognizance has been taken of the Taliban statement under which Afghans will be able to fly out of the country without any restriction.In view of this, we also have to look at the uncertainty of the future of Afghan women.The aspirations of children and the rights of minorities also have to be protected.He said that Afghanistan has already seen a lot of bloodshed and violence in recent years.Now we must enable all Afghans, including women, children, minorities, to live in peace and dignity.