New York (USA), Sep 24 (ANI): India on September 24 exercised its ‘Right of Reply’ against remarks made by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on minorities in India and the issue of Kashmir at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) debate. Indian diplomat Mijito Vinito reminded Pakistan to introspect before levelling false allegations against India. Vinto emphasised that instead of making claims over Jammu and Kashmir, Islamabad should stop “cross-border terrorism”. While replying to Pakistan PM at UNGA, he said, “It’s regrettable that Pak PM chose platform of this assembly to make false accusations against India. He's done so to obfuscate misdeeds in his own country and justify actions against India.” “A polity that claims it seeks peace with its neighbours would never sponsor cross-border terrorism, nor shelter planners of horrific Mumbai terrorist attack. Desire for peace, security in Indian subcontinent real, can be realized. That will happen when cross-border terrorism ceases, governments come clean with international community and their people, minorities aren’t persecuted,” said Mijito Vinito.