UNITED NATIONS Amid unsuccessful attempts to put down the popular uprising in Indian-occupied Kashmir, India turned its guns on Pakistan , accusing Islamabad of being behind the current unrest in the disputed territory even though authoritative reports have called it indigenous movement for freedom. Speaking in the UN General Assembly, Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna claimed that Kashmir, which is an integral part of India , was the target of Pakistan-sponsored militancy and terrorism. He called on Pakistan to fulfil its commitment of not allowing its territory to be used by terrorists acting against India . Krishna was speaking one day after Pakistans Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had stood at the same podium and gave vigorous support to the cause of Kashmiris who are being brutalized by the strong-arm tactics of Indian security forces. More than 100 Kashmiris seeking freedom New Delhis rule have been killed over the past two months. Qureshi also urged the international community to persuade India to end its repression in Kashmir so as to pave the way for settling the decades-old dispute in accordance with the UN resolutions. In response, the Indian external affairs minister said, Pakistan must fulfill its promise solemn commitment of not allowing territory under its control to be used for terrorism directed against India . Credible and firm action by Pakistan against terrorist groups operating from its soil is in the interest of the region and it is in Pakistans own interest. Both Krishna and Qureshi attended the 6th session of the General Assembly, which kicked off last week and wraps up today. The expectations of an Indo-Pakistan bilateral meeting were finally shelved on Tuesday. In his speech, Krishna also said, If Pakistan were to live up to its commitment not to allow use of its soil by terrorists acting against India , this would significantly help reduce the trust deficit that impedes the development of better bilateral relations between the two countries. We are neighbours and as neighbours, we have an obligation to work together, he said. Pakistan cannot impart lessons to us on democracy and human rights, Mr. Krishna added. The peoples of South Asia share a common destiny and my Government has consistently stressed that we will work together with our South Asian brothers and sisters to build a future that brings prosperity and development through strengthened dialogue and cooperation, he said. Last week, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for an immediate end to violence in Kashmir after recent deadly clashes. The Secretary-General regrets the latest loss of life, his spokesperson Martin Nesirky told reporters in response to questions. He calls for an immediate end to violence and urges calm and restraint by all concerned.