China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

China Claims Credit for Helping Defuse India-Pakistan Tensions

They are released once the situation becomes normal, the official said.

"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 United States 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".

After the Pulwama attack, the Indian Air Force carried out a counter-terror operation, hitting what it said was a JeM training camp in Balakot, deep inside Pakistan on February 26.

Pakistan has disputed these claims, insisting the warplanes didn't target any terrorist infrastructure.

Responding to a question, the official said India has given to the U.S. details of the violation of the end user agreement by Pakistan when it used F-16 fighter jets and advanced missiles against India on February 27.

"Only one aircraft was lost by us". Subsequent reports spoke of one of them being the pilot of a Pakistani F-16 who was beaten to death by a mob that mistook him for an Indian pilot.

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China's history of blocking the listing on technical grounds has been seen as a reflection of its allegiance to Pakistan, known as its "all-weather" ally, but its decision will be put to the test this month as the UN Security Council considers a fresh proposal to list Azhar on the UN terror list.

India's high commissioner to Pakistan was to return to Islamabad on Saturday, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said in a statement.

The Indian official questioned whether Pakistan was "defending the JeM and acting as its spokesperson?"

The MEA reminded Islamabad of the then Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's 2004 statement when he had made a solemn public commitment that they would not allow any territory under their control to be used for terrorist activity in any manner.

"Pakistan has failed to take any credible action against Jaish-e-Mohammed and other terrorist organisations, which continue to operate with impunity from Pakistan", he added. "Repeated requests by us and the worldwide community for Pakistan to take action against such groups have been met with denial", Kumar said. "If Imran Khan does not take these steps, I'm afraid Pakistan will continue to slide into worldwide isolation, which will only serve to increase economic hardship on the Pakistani people", the Indian-American Congressman said.

Despite the media interviews by Qureshi and Musharraf acknowledging the presence of JeM in Pakistan, the spokesperson of the Pakistan armed forces on March 6 openly denied the outfit's presence in the country, he added.

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