India Blames China for Supporting Pakistani Terrorists

Reports indicated that India has once again criticized Communist China for its refusal to designate Abdul Rauf Asghar, Jaish-e-Muhammed’s deputy chief, as a global terrorist, as he is already prohibited by Indian and US laws. The “technical hold” placed on the UN’s proposal to ban such a wanted terrorist was “uncalled for”.

India’s Foreign Ministry has stated that it will maintain its commitment to bringing these terrorists to justice, including through the UN Security Council’s 1267 Sanctions Regime.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said: “We note with regret that a “technical hold” has been placed on the listing proposal for Abdul Rauf Asghar. It is unfortunate that when it comes to our collective battle against terrorism, the international community has been unable to speak in one common voice.”

In an August 9th UNSC Open Debate, Indian Permanent Representative to the UN in New York, Ruchira Kamboj, stated that double standards should not be allowed when dealing with terrorists.

“…As you are all aware, Abdul Rauf Asghar, the Deputy Chief of Jaishi Mohammed, which is a UN proscribed entity, was actively involved in terrorist attacks such as hijacking of Indian airlines IC 814 in 1998, as well the terror attacks on Indian Parliament in 2001 and the terror at Indian Army camp in Kathua in Kathua in 2014 and at IAF base in Pathankot in 2016,” said Bagchi.

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