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Russia Ukraine War: Opposition attacked India’s stand in Security Council, said – there was a need to stand together, not to be side by side

India did not participate in a vote on a UN Security Council resolution that “strongly condemned” Russia’s “aggressive behavior” against Ukraine. This resolution was introduced by the US in the Security Council.

Russia Ukraine War: Opposition attacked India's stand in Security Council, said - there was a need to stand together, not to be side by side

Congress MP Manish Tewari (File Photo)

Congress (Congress) and the leaders of some other opposition parties in Ukraine (UkraineUnited Nations Security Council (UNSC) which has ‘strongly condemned’ Russia’s ‘aggressive behavior’ against UNSCOM Saturday, after India did not participate in the vote on the resolution of ), attacked the government and said that there was a need to stand openly in this matter, not to stand side by side. Lok Sabha member and Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari also said that India should have participated in the vote expressing solidarity with the people of Ukraine. He tweeted, “There are times when nations need to stand up and not stand apart at all. I wish India had voted in the Security Council expressing solidarity with the people of Ukraine which is facing an unexpected and unjustified attack. When ‘friends’ are wrong, they need to be told that they are wrong.

Former Union Minister Tiwari said, “The cover has been removed from the world. India will have to choose sides.” Former Minister of State for External Affairs and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said in an article, “Attack is an attack. We should tell this to our friend Russia….if friends cannot talk to each other honestly then what is the point of friendship. Put yourself on the wrong side of history.

Shiv Sena leader and Rajya Sabha member Priyanka Chaturvedi accused the government of hypocrisy. He said, “Interestingly, those who often criticize and criticize the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Nehru, are today resorting to non-alignment policy to justify their stand at the United Nations. ”

India demanded an immediate end to the war

India did not participate in a vote on a UN Security Council resolution that “strongly condemned” Russia’s “aggressive behavior” against Ukraine. This resolution was introduced by the US in the Security Council. India demanded an immediate end to the war, saying dialogue was the only way to resolve differences. This resolution could not be passed in the Security Council because Russia, a permanent member of the council, vetoed it. On the UN Security Council resolution, sources said India urged all member states to respect the UN Charter, and international law, as they provide a constructive path.

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