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Would be compelled to take pre-emptive strike when confronted by imminent attack from non-state actor operating in third state: India at UN

United Nations, February 25: India told a UN meeting that a country would be compelled to undertake a pre-emptive strike when confronted by an "imminent armed attack from a non-state actor operating in a third state, as it highlighted several proxy cross-border terror attacks, including one in Pulwama, perpetrated against it from its neighbourhood, a clear reference to Pakistan.India's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador K Nagaraj Naidu said at an Arria Formula meeting organised by Mexico that non-state actors such as terrorist groups often attack states from remote...