– Helped Pakistani terrorists
New Delhi Dt. 12 January 2021 Tuesday
Despite its maneuvers on the Ladakh border, China was conspiring to harass India in another way.
China was conspiring to prevent India from presiding over a subcommittee of the UN Security Council. The leader of Jaish-e-Muhammad, Masood Azhar, was declared an international terrorist and China turned brown.
Despite China’s tireless efforts, India succeeded in declaring Masood as an international terrorist. Since then, China has been continuously trying to suffocate India in the United Nations.
China has launched a campaign to prevent a sub-committee of the United Nations Security Council from taking action against terrorists.
From 1 January, India became a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. India also received the chairmanship of the Counter Terrorism Committee and the Taliban and Libya Committee. But China tried its best to prevent India from chairing the important al Qaeda sanctions committee.
It is the same committee that imposed sanctions on international terrorists Masood Azhar, Hafiz Syed and Lashkar-e-Taiba. Currently, China is the only country in the committee that has prevented India from chairing the committee.
Even earlier, China had repeatedly opposed India’s efforts to stop Masood Azhar, an international terrorist, in association with Pakistan. After the terrorist attack in Pulwama in 2019, India, with the help of US, France and Britain, declared Masood Azhar an international terrorist.
According to a reliable source, one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, China is barring India from chairing the Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee. The formation of the committee was delayed due to Chinese incursions.
This is the first time that the Taliban Sanctions Committee and Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee will be chaired by various countries due to opposition from China. Next year, India will chair the Counter Terrorism Committee. India will currently chair the Taliban Prohibition Committee and Norway will chair the Al Qaeda Prohibition Committee.