US asked Pakistan to take strong action against terrorist groups

Washington : US once again asked Pakistan to take strong action against terrorist organizations. The US State Department says that we have asked Pakistan to take “permanent and continuous action” against the terrorist organizations operating on their own soil.

The State Department’s statement has come at a time when Pakistan’s Pulwama is under global pressure since the terrorist attacks and India had targeted terror camps of Jaish-e-Mohammed militant group Balakot on February 26. After this, in the last few days, he has taken action against some terrorist organizations and its leaders.

The interior ministry of Pakistan had announced that 121 members of the barred groups were interned in Pakistan. US Deputy Foreign Secretary Robert Paladino told reporters, I want to say that we have urged Pakistan to take continuous, irreversible action against terrorist groups which will prevent future attacks and promote regional stability.

They said, “We reiterate our concerns about Pakistan by following the obligations of the UN Security Council to safeguard the terrorists and prevent their access to money.” Although he did not give a clear answer to the US move about declaring Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) leader Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

Paladino said, “We all know about Masood Azhar and Jaish-e-Mohammed. Jaish is a United Nations-named terrorist group responsible for many terrorist attacks and it is a threat to regional stability. Masood Azhar is the founder and leader of JEM.

The questions related to the discussions of the United Nations Ban Treaty Committee are confidential and the US State Department can not comment on any kind. He said, ‘But we will continue to work with the Ban Committee to ensure that the list is correct and will be updated.

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