Pakistan is searching for Jaish terrorist Masood Azhar, letter written to Taliban to arrest – न्यूज़लीड India

Pakistan is searching for Jaish terrorist Masood Azhar, letter written to Taliban to arrest


oi-Artesh Kumar


Published: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 9:13 am [IST]

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Islamabad/Kabul, 14 September : The Shahbaz Sharif government of Pakistan has written a letter to the Taliban government in Afghanistan demanding the arrest of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar. Let us tell you that Masood Azhar is a UN designated dreaded terrorist. He is the founder of the banned terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed. According to Pakistani media reports, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has approached the ruling Taliban government in Afghanistan to trace and arrest Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar.


Under pressure from India, Pakistan wrote a letter to the Taliban!
There are many dangerous terrorists like Masood Azhar in Pakistan. Let us tell you that in return for the release of the passengers of the 1999 Kandahar plane hijacking case, Masood Azhar and two other terrorists were released by India. Pakistan-backed terrorists had taken the Kathmandu-Delhi flight to Kandahar in Afghanistan after hijacking it. It is being said that Pakistan is demanding the arrest of Masood Azhar from Afghanistan because pressure from India and other western countries is increasing on him.

Masood Azhar is hiding in Afghanistan!
The Pakistani side has written to the Taliban’s foreign ministry asking the authorities in Afghanistan to trace and arrest Azhar. A Pakistani official told Geo News channel on the condition of anonymity that, the letter has been written that the dreaded terrorist leader Masood Azhar is hiding somewhere in Afghanistan. The letter said that Azhar is “most likely to be hiding” in Nangarhar province or Afghanistan’s Kunar province. However, the report said that it is not yet confirmed whether Azhar had migrated to Afghanistan before or after the Taliban came to power in Kabul in August 2021.

no response to report
At the same time, the report said that the spokesperson of Pakistan’s Foreign Office has not commented on this development. There was no immediate reaction from the Indian authorities on this development.

Will Taliban arrest Masood Azhar and hand him over to India?
Pakistan-backed terrorist organization in the world including India keeps planning to create riots. In this regard, India has called upon the world community several times to launch a campaign against terror. Earlier this year, Western powers called for action against 30 prominent terrorist leaders including Azhar, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed and Lashkar operative Sajid Mir at a meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in India. supported the call. Since then it was believed that Pakistan would be forced to take steps in this direction. However, we cannot say yet whether the Taliban government will capture Masood Azhar and hand it over to Pakistan or India.

What did Pakistan say about terrorist Mir?
After this, Pakistan had argued that the terrorist Sajid Mir had died before his arrest. Mir was convicted under Pakistan’s Anti-Terrorism Act for being a member of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba, raising funds for the group and funding terror activities.

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english summary

The FATF conducted an “on-site visit” to Pakistan from August 28 to September 2 to review the country’s compliance with the multilateral watchdog’s action plans for countering terror financing and money laundering. This came ahead of Pakistan’s likely removal from FATF’s “grey list” at a meeting to be held in October.

Story first published: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 9:13 am [IST]

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