India has issued a note verbale after its officials were harassed in Pakistan. Reports of Indian officials being aggressively followed have emerged in the past couple of days.
New Delhi: On July 19 2017, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) received a message from the Interpol that the authorities in Dubai had agreed to extradite Farooq Takla, a close aide of Dawood. The CBI was all smiles as it was set to get its man it had been on the lookout for over 20 years.
It is well-known fact that both Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and his National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had played a crucial role in squeezing the Dawood empire. The visit to Dubai was a turning point and the country which was once a safe hub for Dawood had turned unfriendly due to diplomacy.
When Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khwaja Asif tweeted that his country had been given a three-month reprieve by the Financial Action Task Force, the message was clearly celebratory in nature.
Pakistan was put back on the terror financing ‘grey list’ by the Financial Action Task Force on Friday. With China staying neutral the fortunes of the country plunged and the United States sponsored motion managed to go through.
A horse breeding stable, swimming academy, martial arts class were part of the many assets of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa which were seized in Pakistan. In addition to this a vast network of Islamist charities belonging to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba’s financial arms, Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Insaniyat were taken over by Pakistan.
Pakistan has claimed that it was given a three month reprieve by the Financial Action Task Force. The FATF was deliberating a resolution moved by the United States to place Pakistan on the terror financing watchlist.
New Delhi: Pakistan finds itself in a deep spot of bother. It has a lot at stake in the ongoing Financial Action Task Force meeting that is going on at Paris. The meeting that commenced on Sunday will take up a crucial resolution of the United States which seeks to place Pakistan on the terror watch list.
The Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Sunjunwan Army camp even as Pakistan continued to deny any role in the incident.
Pakistan has made it clear that its policy towards India would be, ” death by a thousand cuts.” The number of terror related incidents are on the rise in Jammu and Kashmir and this has been coupled with increased cease fire violations.
New Delhi: The situation in Kashmir has reached such a point that even the die-hard peaceniks would find it hard to say that talks are an option. The situation in Kashmir is worsening due to an aggressive posture adopted by Pakistan.