Retired Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin greets and bids farewell

Bengali Hunt Desk: Syed Akbaruddin, India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has retired today. He was appointed to this post from 2016. He has been praised for doing a lot for India in the UN and for responding harshly to Pakistan. This time, Tirumurthy, who is working as Secretary of Finance at the Foreign Ministry headquarters, has been appointed as India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York.

Syed Akbaruddin last spoke to the UN Secretary General via video conference. “I have an application before I go,” he said. According to Indian culture, when we meet, or say goodbye, we do not say “hello” or shake hands. We salute. For this I greet you before I end. If you can do that, I'll ask one of my friends to take a picture. ”

I would like to inform you that Masood Azhar, the head of the militant organization Jaish-e-Mohammed, has been declared an international militant by the United States. In this, Akbaruddin has played an important role as the representative of India. China has consistently opposed it. But Akbaruddin did not shake hands.

In the end, with the help of India and the support of all foreign countries, Jaish chief Masood Azahar was declared an international militant. Akbaruddin also gave a scathing response to the Kashmir issue raised by China and Pakistan at the United States.