New Delhi: – There are nearly six and a half thousand active Pakistani terrorists in Afghanistan. The United Nations Security Council has received a report which claims that almost 1,000 out of these are members of the Pakistani terrorist organisations Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba. The Indian foreign ministry accused that Pakistan is still the hub of global terrorism and the report endorses the accusations levelled by India against Pakistan. The report of the UN Security Council notes that there are nearly 6,500 Pakistani terrorists in Afghanistan and the members of Lashkar and Jaish have joined hands with the Taliban. Anurag Shrivastava, the spokesman of the Indian foreign ministry, said that this report endorses the accusations levelled by India against Pakistan. This exposes that Pakistan has, once again, failed to discharge its international responsibility to take action against the terrorists.
Pakistan had requested to remove its name from the FATF grey list, stating that it was taking action against these terrorists in front of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). But India pointed out that the report exposes that instead of taking action against these terrorists, Pakistan is supporting these terrorists in every possible way.
Terrorists are roaming freely in Pakistan even today, and this country is a haven for terrorists. The Indian foreign ministry spokesman accused that recruitment and training of terrorists are routinely going on in Pakistan and they are also being provided with weapons and money and given complete protection. Foreign ministry spokesman, Anurag Srivastava, expressed serious concerns indicating that these budding terrorists constitute a significant threat to the neighbouring countries of Pakistan. Anurag Srivastava assured that while Pakistan is trying to destabilise the country of Afghanistan, India will continue to contribute to the stability and development in Afghanistan.