New Delhi: India would have successfully abandoned Pakistan globally, but one country is still supporting it all its means. India’s effort to make Pathankot attack mastermind Masood Azhar a United Nation declared terrorist turned down by China citing technical issues.
In United nation, China holds India’s move to get Pathankot terrorist attack mastermind Masood Azhar a terrorist. It’s earlier technical hold was to lapse on Monday after the expiry of six months tenure. If China did not raise its objection further, the resolution of declaring Jaish-e-Mohammed chief a terrorist would have stand passed automatically. Now the hold has been further extended for six months.
India’s representative at UN listed this application in March 2016. China, having veto power at UN, had raised issues and it was extended till September. If this time, China did not raise its issues, India would have succeeded in declaring Masood Azhar a terrorist.
China said extending the technical hold on it will give more time for the Committee and for relevant parties to have further consultations on the issue. China is the only member in the 15-nation UN organ who oppose India. Rest 14 Council’s member supported India’s application to declare Azhar a terrorist. If we succeeded, freezing assets of Azar would have become an easy task for India. Also, his travel ban could have been imposed.
If we succeeded, this time, freezing assets of Azar would have become an easy task for India. Also, his travel ban could have been imposed making Pakistan to acts against him.
“On the listing matter, main principles of objectivity, impartiality, and professionalism, should be strictly followed by the Committee. Its decision should be based on solid evidence”, statement read at UN
India is openly saying that Pakistan sponsored Jaish-e-Mohamad chief Masood Azhar is behind the Uri attack. This organization is also responsible for attacking Pathankot airbase in January.