JeM Chief Hafiz Masood Azhar in trouble
NEW DELHI: JeM Chief Hafiz Masood Azhar is in trouble as India’s NIA court issued non-bailable warrants against him and three others which include his brother Abdul Rauf, Kashif Jaan and Shahid Latif in connection with Pathankot attack .
Warrants issued by additional session judge T P Singh after reviewing evidences presented by NIA.
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NIA claimed that the arrest will be made through Interpol who has already issued red notice against JeM Chief for his involvement in 2001 Parliament attacks.
India also submitted a resolution in the UN to ban JeM chief which was veto by China but India claimed that it will again submit a resolution with full evidences and he is also in talks with China on the issue.
China’s foreign ministry also ensured India for pragmatic cooperation against terrorism.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hong Lei said “China is opposed to all forms of terrorism and is willing to step up pragmatic cooperation with all countries. We always keep in close communication with all the countries including India on this issue.”