Calling out Pakistan’s propaganda, India slammed Islamabad for its statement on Ayodhya verdict and Kashmir. It further asked Pakistan to refrain from meddling in India’s internal affairs. In which country the perpetrators of 9/11 and 26/11 were discovered?

Which country is home to 130 UN-designated terrorists and 25 terrorist entities listed by the United Nations as of today? India called Pakistan the world's largest producer and exporter of this evil.

Paris: In a scathing counterattack, India lashed out at Pakistan for its juvenile propaganda over the Supreme Court's verdict on Ayodhya land dispute and Jammu & Kashmir's bifurcation into union territories, calling it "fabricated lies and interference in India's internal affairs".

Addressing the 40th UNESCO General Conference in Paris an Indian official condemned the unwarranted comments made by Pakistan on the judgement made by the Supreme Court of India.

“Mr President, we take this chair to refute Pakistan's juvenile propaganda to malign India through fabricated lies, full of deceit and deception. The judgement is about the rule of law, equal respect for all faiths, concepts that are alien to Pakistan and its ethos,” the official said.

India’s statement comes after Pakistan's Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood expressed disappointment at the Supreme Court's decision on Babri Mosque saying it was not in line with UNESCO's values of religious freedom.

Responding to this, the Indian official said that for India, the most important fundamental right is the right to life and globally the single largest threat to this right is from terrorism.

“Pakistan's political approaches are rooted in terrorist violence and its global engagement is defined by mainstreaming of terrorism as an instrument of statecraft,” she said.

On Kashmir, she said that the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are an integral part of India which also includes the territory that is currently under the illegal and forcible occupation of Pakistan.

The Narendra Modi-led BJP government on August 5 revoked Article 370 and Article 35A, thereby ending special powers to the region and bifurcated the former state into two Union Territories (UTs) – Jammu and Kashmir with legislature, and Ladakh without one.

The new UTs came into existence on October 31, the birth anniversary of Sardar Patel, the Iron Man of India.

This decision rattled Pakistan which raised this issue at different forums only to return empty-handed.

The biggest setback came from the Middle East with the UAE saying that Kashmir was an issue which does not concern the Muslim Ummah while Bahrain jailed Pakistani protesters for taking out a rally over Kashmir.

Exposing Pakistan, the official further asked: "In which country the perpetrators of 9/11 and 26/11 were discovered?”

She further said, "Which country home to 130 UN-designated terrorists and 25 terrorist entities listed by the United Nations as of today?"

In the concluding remarks, India said that the global community does not need Pakistan – a hub of global terrorism – to be waxing eloquent on internal affairs of India.