New Delhi: Terrorism is like cancer, which potentially affects everyone just like the way pandemic impacts the entire humanity. Some paint themselves as the victim, but they are the ones who shelter terrorists, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar fired a salvo of criticism without naming it. Moreover, India has given enough and strong evidence to Pakistan regarding the Pulwama terror attack. Pakistan should act against terrorism at least now, warned MEA spokesperson Anurag Shrivastava.
Terrorism, pandemic and climate change these are the world’s greatest challenges. Terrorism existed even before the 9/11 US terror attack. But the world came to realise the horrific effects of terrorism after this terror attack, reminded Foreign Minister S Jaishankar. Besides, he also appealed that the international community must strongly act against the country that exports terrorism. Jaishankar warned Pakistan while addressing a speech in The Energy and Resource Institute, Delhi.
A few days ago, Pakistan claimed that the mastermind of 1993 Mumbai blasts, Dawood Ibrahim, is residing in the country. Moreover, it had also imposed sanctions on some terrorists. But, Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has compelled Pakistan to acknowledge terrorism in its country, said Foreign Minister, Jaishankar. Besides, Minister S Jaishankar linked the 9/11 terror attack and COVID-19 to one another. Minister Jaishankar made a significant mention that the 9/11 terror attack was committed by attacking a passenger plane; whereas, the world was brought to its knees by making use of such a deadly virus.
Meanwhile, on Friday, the MEA Spokesperson, Anurag Shrivastava, criticised Pakistan over the Pulwama attack. Also, NIA filed a 1000-pages charge sheet against the Pulwama attack. Moreover, it filed a charge sheet against 19 terrorists. Most of these terrorists are from Pakistan. At the same time, it is exposed that the attack has conspired in Pakistan. Pakistan has been provided with strong proofs over it. Thus, MEA Spokesperson Anurag Shrivastava expressed that Pakistan should act against terrorism in its country at least now. The spokesperson also said that the mastermind of the Mumbai terror attack is roaming free in Pakistan even now.