On Wednesday Indian External Affairs Ministry gave a dossier to Pakistan’s Acting High Commissioner. It carried specific details of Jaish-e-Mohammed’s (Pakistan militant group) connection with the Pulwama suicide bomb blast on February 14, which killed over 40 Indian soldiers. Besides, India also mentioned nine specific instances recorded over the period of the past two years, when Jaish conducted rallies and religion-driven assemblage to convince people to join the terrorist organisation.
India said that these activities were conducted ‘right under the nose of the Pakistani establishment’, despite Pakistan’s ban on the organisation since 2002. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) of India issued a statement on Wednesday stating the handover of the written account of Jaish’s terror activities.
The MEA also said that India has communicated to Pakistan about the need to take immediate and verifiable action against terrorism conducted from territories under its (Pakistan) control. As per the reports, Islamabad still ranks the terrorist group at number 3, in the list of 67 terrorist outfits prescribed by Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior. The details can be viewed on the website of the National Counter Terrorism Authority.Share this to your,