Jaish-e-Mohammad Chief Masood Azhar is unwell and with us: Pakistan Foreign Minister

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After various proof from conformed sources, Pakistan Foreign Minister admitted that Jaish-e-Mohammad Chief Masood Azhar, who himself claimed responsibility of a Pulwama terrorist attack where 40 CRPF commandos were killed by a suicide bomber, is in Pakistan and unwell.

He told in an interview to CNN that he (Azhar) is in Pakistan and according to his knowledge, he is unwell so much that he cannot leave his house. On a question asked by CNN whether Pakistan is going to take any step against Azhar as India is trying to get Azhar listed before the UNSC and whether Pakistan would welcome it, Qureshi said, “We will be open to any step that leads to de-escalation and if India has good, solid evidence, please sit and talk. Please initiate a dialogue, we will show reasonableness.” He further added, “If they (India) have solid, inalienable evidence that is acceptable to courts of Pakistan, share it with us so that  we can convince the people and we can convince the independent judiciary of Pakistan.. We need to satisfy the legal process.”

Following irresponsible and unaccountable remark of Pakistan Foreign Minister, India, backed by France US and UK, is on next move to present a fresh proposal before the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) naming Azhar and Jaish responsible for the Pulwama attack, and to arrest Azhar and his associates.