Pakistan should return Dawood to show stand against terrorism: Govt-sources
If Pakistan was sincere in tackling terror, then it should at least hand over to India Dawood Ibrahim, Sayeed Salahudeen and other terrorists who are Indian citizens and residing in that country, government sources said today. They said Pakistan has failed to take any credible action against Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and other terror groups even after the dastardly Pulwama attack. Read the details here.
India termed the actions by Pak against terrorists as 'cosmetic'
If Pakistan really wants to send a message that it was serious about addressing India's concerns over terrorism, then it should hand over Dawood, Salahudeen and other terrorists who are Indians, the sources said. Referring to actions by Pakistan such as holding certain terrorists in preventive custody, the sources said India considered them to be cosmetic. Cosmetic action won't cut any ice, they said.
Third country can verify India's details shared over terror-groups: Sources
India has been asking Pakistan to hand over Dawood, Salahudeen and several other terrorists who are wanted in India in connection with a series of terror attacks. Over the evidence against the terrorists, the sources said India has shared various key details such as coordinates of terror groups operating from Pakistan soil to Islamabad, which can be verified by a third country.
India pressing Pak to take concrete action against terror groups
After the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives, India has mounted a diplomatic offensive to corner Pakistan internationally on the issue of terrorism. India has been pressing for concrete and verifiable action by Pakistan against terror-groups operating from Pakistani soil.
Post Pulwama, India bombed the JeM terror camps in Balakot
The tension between the two nuclear-armed neighbors escalated after the February 14 Pulwama terror attack and the subsequent aerial strike by the Indian Air Force on a training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot on February 26. The JeM has claimed the responsibility for the Pulwama attack. Following the air strikes, Pakistan retaliated the next day by unsuccessfully attempting to target Indian military installations.