Left embarrassed by last minute u-turn after cancelling talks, Indian foreign minister on Saturday shifted blame of stalemate in peace process on Pakistan.

She was addressing United Nation’s General Assembly session in New York.

“Pakistan glorifies killers, refuses to see the blood of innocents, and then throws the dust of deceit on India to cover its own guilt,” Sushma Swaraj while deliberately turning a blind eye towards grave violations of human rights and state-terrorism in occupied Kashmir.

Sushma Swaraj said it was “heartening” that the world was no longer ready to believe Pakistan. “Even the Financial Action Task Force has put it on notice over terror funding,” she added.

These remarks were professed by foreign minister of a country where hundreds of Muslims have been lynched merely on suspicions of eating meat of the buffalo, an animal considered sacred by far-right and extremist Hindu outfits. Paradoxically, India remains top exporter the cow meat.