Who Is Sneha Dubey: Indian Diplomat Who Slammed Pakistan At UN

India again is in the news as it gave back a blistering retort to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan up on the issue of Kashmir while addressing to the UN General Assembly.

India in response said that Pakistan, where terrorists get to experience free pass, is a criminal disguising itself as a saviour. Imran Khan spoke about India's decision of removing article 370 and about the death of pro-Pakistan separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani. "India is ruled by the most pervasive form of islamophobia," said Khan.

As a rebuttal, first secretary Sneha Dubey said the world has been in suffering due to Pakistan's policies as the country gives shelter to terrorists at their homes. This young diplomat, won praise globally, recited the entire union territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh "were, are and will always be an integral and pertinent part of India". "Including the areas that are under Pakistan illegally. We ask Pakistan to immediately vacate all areas that are under them illegally,” added Dubey.

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Who is Sneha Dubey?

Sneha Dubey is an Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer of 2012 batch. She completed her schooling in Goa and went to Pune Fergusson College for higher education. Then she went to Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) for her MPhil in international Studies.

She dreamt of being an IFS officer since the age of 12. In 2011 she cleared her civil services examination in the first attempt. Dubey values her opportunity and takes pride in representing her country internationally; she also is an avid traveller. Sneha’s father works for a multinational company while her mother is a teacher. She is the first person from her family to be working as a government servant.

Dubey's was first appointed in the Ministry Of External Affairs (MEA) after being selected as an IFS officer. She went to Indian embassy, Madrid in 2014.

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