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Pak nurturing global terrorists
5/3/2019 12:13:20 AM
Early Times Report

jammu, May 2: United Nations declaring chief of Pakistan based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad, Masood Azhar, as a global terrorist is a big victory for India at the diplomatic front. All the countries coming together to seek action against Azhar is an indication that the days of the terrorists are numbered.
An analyst said that India has succeeded in making the international community agree that the terrorists based in Pakistan are a threat to peace and they need to be tamed. "Pakistan is a den of terrorists. Three designated global terrorists, Hafiz Sayeed, Syed Salahuddin and Masood Azhar are all based in Pakistan. Now India should take one more step and seek the extradition of the trio as all the three are involved various terror crimes and figure in the list of most wanted terrorists," the analyst added.
It may be recalled that the JeM led by Masood Azhar had owned the responsibility for the Pulwama terror attack, which left 40 CRPF men dead, on February 14 this year. Following the Pulwama attack, the JeM camp at Balakot in Pakistan faced blitzkrieg from Indian Air Force jets on 26 February.
The JeM led by Masood Azhar has been involved in various attacks in Jammu and Kashmir as his list of crimes is very long one. "The United Nations acting tough against Azhar is a warning for all the terrorists and their sympathizers in the Valley that their actions won't be tolerated anymore and they would have to face the music for committing wrongs," the analyst said.
A Kashmir watcher while referring to the show-cause notice served by the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Tribunal to the JKLF led by Yasin Malik said, "It is a step in right direction. But this move should have been made long back, BJP led government should not have waited for five years to ban the JKLF and declare it unlawful. The JKLF was headed by a terrorist turned so-called leader Yasin Malik, who was involved in the killings of IAF personnel and the abduction of Rubiya Sayeed. The JKLF killed many Kashmiri Pandits in early nineties, which led to the KPs leaving behind everything and moving out from the Valley."
An observer said, "Had the BJP led government acted soon after it took over the reins of the country in 2014 by now all the terrorists and their supporters in Kashmir would have been eliminated. By declaring Masood Azhar as global terrorist international community has given a freehand to India to act against the terrorists and the ones who support them."
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