India to attend for Pakistan to behave on terrorists

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 22

India will wait and look ahead to additional motion after Pakistan reportedly launched a consolidated record of terrorists and 88 terror teams whose financial institution accounts must be frozen and properties seized.

Pakistan’s intention appears to be to current a consolidated record of beforehand introduced measures in opposition to the terrorists and their organisations earlier than the assembly of the worldwide anti-money laundering physique FATFA in order that the nation can escape being put right into a blacklist.

While refraining from reacting, sources right here identified that Pakistan has persistently claimed that many of those terrorist leaders are out of attain of its safety companies. These embody leaders of the Emirates of Tanzim Qafqaz concentrating on Russia and Uyghurs of Islamic Freedom Movement aimed in opposition to China and India’s Dawood Ibrahim. As late as July final 12 months, Pakistan Foreign Office had denied his presence whereas Islamabad’s final reply to FATFA in February didn’t embody Dawood’s title.

If the record consists of Noor Wali Mehsud, chief of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan chief, which targets Pakistan, it additionally has militant leaders who’re engaged in peace talks with the US and have fought with it throughout the Afghan-Pak border with ample help from the ISI in each situations. Some leaders within the notification comparable to Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar, Jalaluddin Haqqani and Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi are established protégés of the Pakistan Army.

The record additionally consists of many militant organisations and their leaders who’ve performed terrorist outrages in opposition to India together with the 2008 Mumbai and 2019 Pulwama assaults. Cadres of another teams prior to now have supplied logistical assist to terrorists finishing up assaults in India.


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