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Go for the kill
2/17/2020 11:30:45 PM

Pakistan is once again making an attempt to misguide the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) by telling the body that the global terrorist and Pulwama attack mastermind, Maulana Masood Azhar, is untraceable and he cannot be detained.
Soon after the suicide bomber struck in Pulwama in February last year and martyred 40 CRPF jawans, the JeM terror outfit headed by Azhar claimed the responsibility for the attack. Azhar’s video audio message, in which he bragged about more such attacks will be carried out across India, went viral. The Pulwama attack was followed by Indian Air Force jets entering deep inside the Pakistan territory and bombing the JeM terror camp at Balakot. The next day Pakistan retaliated by sending its fighter jets into the Indian territory and both the countries were at the brink. The war looked inevitable but the intervention of the international community prevented the situation from taking an ugly turn.
The senseless violence perpetrated by the terror group led by internationally designated terrorist could have become a reason for large scale devastation in the sub continent and disappearance of Pakistan from the world map.
After the Balakot airstrikes rumours started making rounds that Azhar had been killed in the airstrikes. Pakistan Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, tried to put the speculations at rest by claiming that the terrorist Azhar is unwell and is undergoing treatment in a hospital in Pakistan. Today the same Qureshi is saying that he is untraceable. What a blatant lie!
To counter Pakistan’s falsehood and deceit a few officials of the Government of India (GoI) are believed to have conveyed to the FATF that they can provide the exact location of the terrorist Azhar and he is very much there in Rawalpindi in Pakistan.
After Balakot airstrikes, many people were expecting that the GoI will hunt down Azhar and eliminate him to teach other Pakistan sponsored terrorists a lesson. But it has not happened till date.
Now the Pakistan has provided a chance to India to hunt Azhar and kill him by announcing that he cannot be traced.
The GoI should take a cue from United States, which killed an Iranian military commander, without caring a hoot about how the word will react.
It’s high time for India to change its strategy and go for operation kill by locating these terror bosses and attacking them in their dens. No one in the world will oppose India’s action against the terrorists as entire international community has unanimously agreed upon the fact that terrorists are the common enemies of the civilized people across the globe.
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