22 'Terrorist Training Camps Run in Pakistan', No Action Taken - Indian Official

Mar 10, 2019, 00:55
22 'Terrorist Training Camps Run in Pakistan', No Action Taken - Indian Official

On February 18, Pakistan had also called back its high commissioner appointed in India for consultations in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack.

Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria was also called to New Delhi for consultations in the wake of the attack that killed 40 CRPF soldiers.

India has been sceptical about Pakistan's latest steps to dismantle militant groups, with Indian officials calling the action cosmetic.

"Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, and government facilities", stated the advisory adding that, "US government has limited ability to provide emergency services to USA citizens in rural areas from eastern Maharashtra and northern Telangana through western West Bengal as USA government employees must obtain special authorization to travel to these areas".

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On March 5, the Foreign Office (FO) said they had informed the Indian envoy that Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood would be returning to New Delhi after completing consultations in Islamabad.

The group is behind the mid-February suicide bombing that ripped through a convoy carrying paramilitary policemen in Indian-controlled Kashmir, killing at least 42 officers.

"The widespread presence of terrorist camps in Pakistan is a public knowledge within and outside Pakistan", he said.

"This government will not allow Pakistan's land to be used for any kind of outside terrorism", Khan said while addressing a rally in southern Pakistan.

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"Prime Minister (Imran) Khan can help Pakistan earn enormous goodwill by tracking down and bringing to justice Masood Azhar, whom the Pakistani Foreign Minister indicated was alive, with his whereabouts known".

Pakistan is under global pressure to take action against proscribed groups responsible for carrying out terror activities.

Pakistani officials say this crackdown is part of a long-planned drive and not a response to Indian anger.

Speaking about Thar's coal reserves, he said that the natural resources of the area would certainly change Pakistan. The next day, Pakistan Air Force retaliated and downed a MiG-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force, while losing an F-16 jet of their own.

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