Soon after India was elected as non-permanent member of the UN security Council, Pakistan lawmakers, it would seem that the crisis in India to collect a whopping 184 votes out of 192 votes from around the world. In meeting of the National Assembly, former foreign Minister of Pakistan Khawaja Asif said that they have ‘reality’, as India managed to gather such a massive majority, stating that the country of Pakistan to consider them “brothers” was also supported by India.
“It’s not a big deal to become a non-permanent member of the Security Council. But, not having received 184 votes out of 192 is a huge thing. These so-called country “brother” our voted for India. Most countries stopped around 145-160 votes, India has grown to 184. To face the reality. His head, his face,” said Khawaja Asif
India was unanimously elected for the eighth time
In 193 UN member holds annual election of five non-permanent members for a two year term at the UN. 10 non-permanent seats is carried out on a regional basis: five for African and Asian States; one for Eastern European States; two for Latin America and the Caribbean and two for Western European and other States.
India was elected as non-permanent member of the Security Council of the United Nations (UNSC) for the eighth time after voting concluded in the headquarters of UN in new York on Wednesday, June 17. India is the only country from the Asia-Pacific group and won the election unopposed, receiving 184 out of 192 valid votes.
Earlier, India were elected as non-permanent member for the period 1950-1951, 1967-1968, 1972-1973, 1977-1978, 1984-1985, 1991-1992 and most recently in 2011-2012. The UN security Council term will begin in January 2021.
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