Are 6 thousand terrorists plotting against India?

Jun 03 2020 08:37 AM
Are 6 thousand terrorists plotting against India?

Between the lockdown and the Corona crisis, a report by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) states that between 6 thousand and 6500 terrorists of Pakistan are fighting wars in Afghanistan. Out of this, there are one thousand terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed alone. Most of the Pakistani terrorists are taking action against the elected government of Afghanistan and American soldiers side by side with the Taliban. Here, not only the Taliban and al-Qaeda are cooperating with each other, but Kashmir-based Pakistani terror groups Jaish-e-Muhammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba are also sending their instructors to Afghanistan to carry out the targeted killings. Where the US is in a hurry to leave Afghanistan soon. India has reprimanded Pakistan on this report on UNSC report.

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In its statement, the Indian Foreign Ministry has said that India is absolutely right that Pakistan remains the center of terrorism. Pakistan remains the hideout of terrorists and gives them arms, money and other support. The Foreign Ministry said that the whole world should put pressure on Pakistan to take steps against terrorism. We will continue to cooperate to maintain peace and stability in the future. The Foreign Ministry said that Pakistan was not able to take measures against terrorism despite the UNSC proposal and FATF warning.

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The Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team submitted its 11th report to the UNSC Committee on the Taliban and other allied organizations posing a threat to Afghanistan's peace, stability and security. Accordingly, Jaish and Lashkar terrorists help smugglers in Afghanistan who work as advisors, trainers and experts in improvised exploitative devices. Both organizations are responsible for carrying out targeted killings of government officials and others.

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