With the Balakot air strike, India not only avenged Pulwama, but Kandahar ase well

New Delhi, Feb 27: Hitting the Balakot training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammad was no easy task. It is a highly guarded facility and one of the biggest training camps of the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is responsible for a number of strikes on Indian soil that include the one at Parliament, Uri, Pulwama.

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With the Balakot air strike, India not only avenged Pulwama, but Kandahar ase well

New Delhi, Feb 27: Hitting the Balakot training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammad was no easy task. It is a highly guarded facility and one of the biggest training camps of the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is responsible for a number of strikes on Indian soil that include the one at Parliament, Uri, Pulwama.

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Maulana Masood is imagining, no money was offered to Taliban: Former R&AW chief

masoodazharNew Delhi, June 6: Maulana Masood Azhar in an obituary makes a note of a conversation he had with the slain Taliban chief, Mullah Mansour.
He says that Mansour had met with Jaswanth Singh who was the external affairs minister during the Khandahar hijack. Singh is said to have told Mansour to keep Azhar in Afghanistan and in return India would pay them money.

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Pathankot Attack: Maulana Masood Azhar will remain in a dossier

masoodIslamabad, Jan 20: India has said in the past couple of days that it proposes to seek the custody of Maulana Masood Azhar, chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and mastermind of the Pathankot attack.
While India does have a legitimate claim on Azhar, it still sounds a bit strange because he was handed over to Pakistan during the Khandahar hijack .

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Declare Masood Azhar global terrorist: India to urge China

FILES-PAKISTAN-RELIGIOUS-UNBengaluru, Jan 13: India is likely to urge China in a bid to have Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Abdul Rauf Asghar as international terrorists.
No amount of probe by Pakistan would be satisfactory if the two brothers who run the Jaish-e-Mohammad roam around freely, an Indian official told OneIndia.
Maulana Masood Azhar who was once in Indian custody was released in exchange for the hostages during the Khandahar hijack. While Masood is the ideological head of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, his brother Rauf is the operations chief.

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Interview: There were four attempts made to secure release of Maulana Azhar from India

masoodazharNew Delhi, Jan 14: When Maulana Masood Azhar was released in exchange for the hostages taken during the Khandahar incident, there were debates galore on whether India was a soft state.
Today India has sought the arrest of Azhar for his role in the Pathankot attack. Azhar is not only wanted by India for his role in the Pathankot attack. He was the one who masterminded and executed the Parliament attack as well.

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Rauf Asghar, the man behind Kandahar, Pathankot and Parliament attack

  New Delhi, Jan 8: The Kandahar hijack nightmare is something that the entire country will remember for a long time. The Pathankot attack is no different and the usual suspects are back in action. Rauf Asghar, the brother of Maulana Masoor Azhar who plotted the Khandahar hijack is the man behind the Pathankot strikes as well, investigations have learnt. 
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