Jaish leaders among 44 persons taken into preventive custody

Jaish leaders among 44 persons taken into preventive custody

Jaish leaders among 44 persons taken into preventive custody

India has also made a decision to share the evidence related to the use of F-16 fighter jets with the U.S. to emphasise that the neighbouring country is misusing assets it may have acquired under the "fight against terrorism" banner in 2008.

In a telephonic interview given to Pakistan-based journalist Nadeem Malik, Musharraf welcomed the action being taken against the Jaish-e-Mohammad and said that it was the same organisation that had carried out two assassination attempts on him when he was president of Pakistan. "And, we are continuing to be in discussions we are going to have with the Pakistanis", the US NSA said.

"He (Masood Azhar) is in Pakistan, according to my information". Hammad is the son of Masood Azhar while Rauf is his brother.

JeM had claimed responsibility for the terror attack. The Minister stressed that rule of law will be implemented in New Pakistan. Similar actions by the neighbouring country against leaders of the proscribed outfits in the past turned out to be farce as those who were taken into custody were let off soon on different pretexts. "They include two close relatives of Masood Azhar, Mufti Abdur Rauf and Hammad Azhar", a Pakistani interior ministry spokesperson was quoted as saying by Reuters.

Khan, however, claimed that the Indian dossier lacked concrete evidence against any member to link Pakistan and Pakistanis with the February 14 suicide bombing in Pulwama that led to Indian air strikes on JeM's biggest training camp at Balakot in Pakistan, seriously straining bilateral ties.

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India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin had recently shared a UN Security Council list dating back to 2001 confirming terror organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed's location as Pakistan.

France, the United Kingdom and the U.S. have proposed the listing of JeM chief Masood Azhar as an global terrorist.

"This cell will coordinate with finance ministry, counterterrorism departments, state bank, and financial monitoring units to see what actions have been taken against the militant groups, their assets and their sources of income", he said.

As The Hindu had reported last week, the government has already shared its dossier on the JeM and its link to the Pulwama attack with the Pakistan government, and with other countries at the U.N. In the copy of the UNSC listing filed by France, U.K. and USA, which was exclusively accessed in this paper, Azhar has been named for "financially supporting" JeM, for recruiting jihadi volunteers for Afghanistan to fight "western forces", and for the Pulwama attack on February 14th that killed 40 Indian police officers, which the JeM has claimed responsibility for.

The government also froze bank accounts and assets of the organisations banned by the UNSC.

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