United Nations India Targeted Pakistan Told Threat To Lashkar Jaish Terrorist Organizations


Terror Group: India on Thursday said the ties between organizations like the United Nations Security Council-banned Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) pose a direct threat to the region. At the same time, India called for integrated international action to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a haven for terrorist groups.

In a veiled reference to Pakistan, India also said that it should be ensured that banned organizations do not get any help from terrorist safe havens located in the region. India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations TS Tirumurti told the UN Security Council meeting on UNAMA that the presence of ‘ISIL-Khorasan’ in Afghanistan and their capability to carry out attacks has increased significantly.

Appeal for action against terrorist organizations

At present, ‘ISIL-Khorasan’ is an affiliate group of the terrorist organization Islamic State, which runs its activities from Afghanistan. Tirumurti cited the findings of a recent report of the Sanctions Committee of 1988, which indicated that existing authorities in Afghanistan needed to take more robust action to meet their counter-terrorism commitments.

Pakistani terrorist organizations running training camps in Afghanistan

Let us tell you that according to a recent report presented by the United Nations, it has been told that Pakistani terrorists like Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba under the leadership of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed Organizations are conducting training camps in some provinces of Afghanistan. Some of which are directly under the control of the Taliban.

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