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Decision on blacklisting of Jaish Chief Masood Azahar likely by 13 March

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Feb 28 2019 2:16PM
Decision on blacklisting of Jaish Chief Masood Azahar likely by 13 March
New Delhi, Feb 28 (HS): US, France and Britain, in their proposal to be presented to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), have suggested to blacklist Masood Azahar of Pakistan sponsored Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group. They have also asked to attach JeM properties. According to media reports, UNSC has given time till 13 March to file any objection against this proposal. Masood Azahar was the mastermind behind the attack in Pathankot in January, 2016. After terror attack in Pulwama in which 40 CRPF personnel martyred, France said that it would present a proposal to put restriction on Masood to UNSC soon. In this reference, the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval had talked with Adviser to the French President Emmanuel Macron, Phillip Etin. After this discussion, the first statement by France was issued. It is to be noted that UNSC includes five permanent members i.e., US, Britain, France, Russia and China out of its total 15 members. Other temporary members have tenure of two years. The permanent members have veto power. If any one of these permanent members, objects against this proposal, the proposal will not be passed in UNSC. China may object this proposal. It may be recalled that in the year 2016, China had objected against blacklisting of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Al Qaeda and in the year 2017, it opposed the proposal of UNSC blacklisting Jaish-e-Mohammad. However, China has not given any statement on this matter. India had appealed to UNSC to blacklist Masood Azahar in the year 2009, 2016 and 2017. France, US and Britain supported this proposal whereas China opposed it every time. Hindusthan Samachar/Bharati/Ram\
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