New York: The United Nations General Assembly has passed a resolution on the protection of religious sites, condemning the move to remove or forcibly replace religious sites.

According to details, the UN General Assembly passed a resolution on the protection of religious places, which was sponsored by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and other OIC countries.

Munir Akram, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said the resolution was part of the Prime Minister’s efforts against Islamophobia. The resolution was a rebuke to Hindutva extremists in India. The damage was condemned.

On the other hand, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram had said in the message that on the 31st anniversary of the Gokdal massacre, on January 21, 1990, the Indian occupying forces carried out a cowardly, barbaric attack.

Munir Akram while paying homage to the brave Kashmiris who were martyred in the Indian attack had said that our hearts are with the families of the martyrs of Gokdal, more than one lakh Kashmiris have paid the price of freedom struggle, the government of Pakistan shares the grief of Kashmiri brothers and sisters.

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