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Pak Failed To Prosecute 2008 Mumbai Attack Mastermind: US Report


Pak Failed To Prosecute Terrorists, Including 2008 Mumbai Attack Mastermind: US Report

Pakistan did not take steps to prosecute terrorists residing in Pakistan, like Masood Azhar: Report

Washington:

Pakistan has didn’t take satisfactory steps to counter-terrorism and prosecute terrorists together with masterminds of the 2008 Mumbai assaults corresponding to Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM) founder Masood Azhar and Lashkar-e-Taiba’s (LeT) Sajid Mir, in response to a brand new US report.

“Pakistan made restricted progress on probably the most tough elements of its 2015 Nationwide Motion Plan to counter-terrorism, particularly in its pledge to dismantle all terrorist organizations at once or discrimination,” the US State Department report stated in its 2020 Nation Stories on Terrorism.

The report recalled how in February and once more in November, a Lahore anti-terrorism court docket convicted LeT founder Hafiz Saeed on a number of counts of terrorism financing and sentenced him to 5 years and 6 months in jail.

“Pakistan didn’t, nevertheless, take steps beneath its home authorities to prosecute different terrorist leaders residing in Pakistan, corresponding to JeM founder Masood Azhar and LeT’s Sajid Mir, mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai assaults,” it stated.

The report goes on the point out that Indian safety businesses are efficient in disrupting terror threats, though gaps stay in interagency intelligence and knowledge sharing.

“The Indian Multi-Company Centre (MAC) collaborates with the US on exchanging terrorist screening data. Within the absence of a Nationwide Counter-Terrorism Middle, the MAC conducts real-time collation and sharing of intelligence amongst federal and state safety businesses,” the report stated.

Based on the report, India collaborates with the US on implementing UNSCR 2309 and is implementing compliance with the dual-screen X-ray mandate for cargo screening at airport places.

“There have been 66 recognized Indian-origin fighters affiliated with ISIS, as of November. No FTFs had been repatriated to India throughout 2020,” it stated.

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