Meet Sneha Dubey, a Class of 2012 IFS Officer and Junior Diplomat, who gave a dignified response to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the UN. She was previously India’s Third Secretary at the Embassy in Madrid.
Sneha Dubey, IFS project manager lot 2012
Sneha Dubey, India’s First Secretary, gave a fiery and dignified response to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on his comments on India. Previously, India had denounced Pakistan as a patron of terrorism and a repressor of minorities in response to what Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had railed against India.
âIt is the country which is an arsonist disguising himself as a firefighter. Pakistan is feeding terrorists in their backyards in the hope that they will only harm their neighbors. Our region and the whole world have suffered because of their policies. On the other hand, they are trying to cover up the sectarian violence in their country as an act of terrorism, âsaid Sneha Dubey
Statement by India:
Sneha Dubey denounced Pakistan. Pakistan’s ties to terrorism are not new to anyone. As a nation, they support them. Osama bin Laden was protected by the country and sent home. They treat him like a martyr. India supports Sneha Dubey.
Who is Sneha Dubey?
Sneha Dubey is an IFS Class 2012 Manager who presented the true face of Pakistan to the world. She cleared UPSC on the first attempt. After becoming IFS, she was appointed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2014, she became India’s Third Secretary at the Embassy in Madrid. Currently, she is India’s first secretary to the United Nations Assembly. Sneha did MA and MPhil from JNU. She completed her early education in Goa and later graduated from Fergusson College in Pune. She is the first civil servant in her family.
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