At UN, China protests India's proposition to boycott JeM fear based oppressor.

China has protested a proposition by India to boycott senior Pakistan-based fear monger Abdul Rauf Azhar at the Unified Countries Security Board.

May 11, 2023 - 08:15
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It is discovered that China had a problem with the proposition from India to add the head of the Pakistan-based dread association Jaish-e Mohammed to the UN Security Committee's 1267 ISIL and Al Qaida Approvals list.
In December 2010, the United States imposed sanctions on Pakistani-born Rauf Azhar.
China put a hold on India and the US' proposal in August of last year to label Rauf Azhar a global terrorist, freeze his assets, prohibit his travel, and prohibit him from possessing arms.
The US Division of Depository had in December 2010 assigned "Abdul Rauf Azhar, a senior head of Jaish-e Mohammed, for representing or for JEM".
The United States stated that Abdul Rauf Azhar "has urged Pakistanis to engage in militant activities" as a senior JeM leader. He was JEM's intelligence coordinator, one of its most senior commanders in India, and the acting leader of JEM in 2007. In 2008 Azhar was allocated to arrange self destruction assaults in India. He also worked for the political wing of the JeM and was a JeM official who helped run training camps.

In the past, India and its allies attempted to list terrorists based in Pakistan with the help of China, an Islamabad all-weather friend.

In May 2019, India had won a gigantic conciliatory win at the UN when the worldwide body assigned Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed boss Masood Azhar as a "worldwide psychological militant", 10 years after New Delhi had first moved toward the world body on the issue.

China, a permanent member of the UN Security Council with the power to veto, was the only member of the 15-nation group that refused to blacklist Azhar. It blocked attempts to do so by putting a "technical hold" on them. Consensus is used to make all committee decisions.

As part of the Al Qaeda Sanctions regime, China put a hold on plans to blacklist Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Talah Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Shahid Mahmood, and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba terrorist Sajid Mir.

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