Advisor to Prime Minister Malik Amin Aslam at the direction of Prime Minister Imran Khan, presented the dossier to the United Nations Environment Program in which it has pleaded to declare India an eco-terrorist in its attack on 26th of last month. The complaint urges the international community to ask New Delhi to compensate over causing damages to its natural assets, especially trees and forests.
After India’s failed air strike in Pakistan territory which they destroyed round about fifteen trees, Pakistan was decided to lodge a complaint of “Eco-terrorism” against India, climate change.
“On February 26, Indian air force planes dropped payload shamefully on Pakistani forests and tried to damage the country’s environmental assets in the attack,” said the dossier submitted to the UN. “New Delhi harmed Pakistan’s trees in the attack and by doing so, it violated the Geneva Convention. Therefore, the UN must take the ‘Champion of Earth’ award once given by the global organisation to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”
“Although we reserve the right for taking further legal action and for claiming compensation and retribution for this act, we are raising it at this forum to give a voice to the voiceless – the fallen trees of Massar Jabba Forest reserve – which became the silent victims of this shameful attack on nature. We also want the world to know that Pakistan values its nature, and especially values its trees and forests, and has the will and capacity to defend every inch of our country.”
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17 November, 2019