Azhar Listing Not A Victory For India: Pak
A representative of Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Wednesday Jaish-e-Mohammed boss Masood Azhar was recorded as a universal fear-based oppressor after "every single political reference" were expelled from the goals and it was anything but a triumph for India.
"The present posting proposition has been concurred after every single political reference, including the evacuation of endeavors to connect it with [the] Pulwama [attack] and defaming the genuine battle of the Kashmiris", were expelled from the goals," said Mohammad Faisal.
"The Indian media's endeavors to fabricate an account asserting it as a triumph for India and approval of its position are in this manner completely false and ridiculous," he told presspersons in Islamabad.
"Our position is in accordance with the announcements of Prime Minister Imran Khan who obviously expressed that there is no space for any restricted association or its members to work from A Pakistani area, our determination for countering psychological warfare in the entirety of its structures and appearances and our National Action Plan," said the representative.
"This was the fifth endeavor to list Masood Azhar. Our worry was that his supposed linkage with the battle in Jammu and Kashmir, this was not pleasant to us. Consequently, he couldn't be recorded already. This time, we had the capacity to have that evacuated. When that is expelled ... at that point we have no complaint," he said.
Inquired as to whether China counseled Pakistan before lifting its "hold" on the posting, Mr. Faisal stated: "It is a consultative procedure. You more likely than not seen the public statement or an answer to an inquiry that has turned out yesterday from the Chinese representative, he likewise has talked about it — consultative, composed procedure inside the structure of the 1267 Committee that has prompted this choice and obviously when there is no protest, at that point this occurs."