Published On: Sat, Mar 9th, 2019

“New Pakistan” must take new action against terrorism: India

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If Pakistan claims to be a “new Pakistan” with “new thoughts,” the country should implement it in their new action against terror outfits in their soil to end cross-border terrorism, said India on Saturday.


Briefing to the media the Indian ministry of external affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar added India’s non-military strike on the terror training camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pakistan occupied Kashmir achieved desired objective to take decisive action against cross border terrorism.

Kumar said, “Our non-military counter-terrorism strike achieved the desired objective. It has demonstrated our firm resolve to take decisive action against cross border terrorism.”

The JeM launched massive suicide attack on Indian CRPF convoy on February 14 in the Pulwama district of Kashmir and since then international community has stood by India, claimed the MEA spokesperson.

Kumar continued that unfortunately Pakistan denied the attack of JeM in which forty CRPF jawans were killed.

He asserted that such Pakistan-based terrorist outfits were conducting terror activities without hindrance and the neighbor should show credible action against them.

When asked about the extradition of fugitive Nirav Modi the spokesperson said India has requested United Kingdom in the matter and request is being considered.

Kumar said India is taking all necessary steps to bring Nirav Modi to India through legal channel.

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