John Kerry instructs Pakistan to Co-operate in identifying Uri attackers

Shortly before Pakistan gave its hypocritical sermons in this august house today, its envoy in New Delhi was summoned in the context of the most recent of the terror attacks in Uri that claimed 18 Indian lives. "If the Government of Pakistan wishes to investigate these cross-border attacks, India is ready to provide finger prints and DNA samples of terrorists killed in the Uri and Poonch incident".

As a democracy India is firmly resolved to protect all our citizens from all acts of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. "The persistent and growing violation of this undertaking is a matter of very serious concern", added the foreign secretary.

On being asked whether cancelling the Indus water treaty with Pakistan was an option, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup, during a media briefing on Thursday, said: "Eventually any cooperative arrangement requires goodwill and cooperation on both sides". Those were recovered from bags belonged to the slain militants.

"The US Congress has also blocked $300 million aid to Pakistan under the Coalition Support Fund (CSF) due to Pakistan's insufficient action against the dreaded Haqqani network".

Meanwhile, Pakistan rejected the US' advice to restrict its nuclear programmes.

The spokesperson said that the request by Baloch leader Brahmdagh Bugti to seek asylum in India "only confirms that India was deeply involved in terrorism in Balochistan".

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made yet another attempt to bring the Kashmir issue on the world stage and moved the United Nations to resolve the over two decade old conflict between the two nuclear-armed nations.

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Speaking at a press conference, Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the world body Maleeha Lodhi said: "The world should first put an end to nuclear activities undertaken by India".

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the UN General Assembly that his country has gone the "extra mile" to establish strategic stability in South Asia.

Sharif in his speech at the United Nations said, "Kashmiris want freedom from India".

Akbar added that Pakistan wants a dialogue while at the same time being armed.

He reiterated India's oft-repeated demand that Pakistan must dismantle the infrastructure of terrorism. "Talks and guns don't go together".

When Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif addressed the UNGA last night, his 20-minute long speech was mostly about the "brutalities of Army in the troubled state" and India's "illegal occupation" of the Valley. We can not and will not allow terrorism to prevail. Earlier, the US Congress had also objected to the sale of F-16s to Pakistan.