Pakistan’s new bets ahead of Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting Until yesterday Pakistan applauded his black deeds. After committing a crime in India, today they are demanding the arrest of that Masood Azhar. According to ABP sources, Pakistan has written to Afghanistan to arrest Jaish-e-Mohammed leader Masood Zahar.
Pakistan says Masood Azhar may be hiding in Nangarhar and Kunar areas. So he should be found and arrested and informed. Not only this, Pakistan’s intelligence department also shared information about Azhar’s possible location. So does Masood really want to get rid of Azhar or is Pakistan making a strategy before the SCO meeting. Trying to throw dust in the eyes of the world by demanding arrest.
Denial of Afghanistan
Afghanistan has denied any such letter. Suhail Shaheen, a senior leader of the Taliban government and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said, “We have no information about the presence of Masood Azhar in Afghanistan and is plotting for the country.”
India’s Action Against Terrorism
The SCO meeting is scheduled to be held on September 15-16 in Samarkand, the capital of Uzbekistan. In this meeting, India may raise the topic of action against terrorism. So, in view of this possibility, Pakistan has demanded the arrest of Azhar? India has always warned Pakistan about Masood Azhar’s terrorist activities. He also kept giving proof of his stay in Pakistan, but Bajwa and his political allies did not understand the point.
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Who is Masood Azhar?
- He is the leader of the militant organization Jaish-e-Mohammed
- 1998 plot to hijack Kandahar
- Responsible for the attack on the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly
- The mastermind behind the 2001 Parliament attack
- Directly responsible for many terrorist attacks in India
India has proved many times that Masood Azhar is in Pakistan. But Bajwa and his government have been denying it. Now ahead of the SCO meeting, Pakistan has started writing letters describing itself as a victim of terrorism.