Not aware of Jaish founder Masood Azhar’s arrest.ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office said on Thursday that it doesn’t know about the capture of Jaish-e-Mohammad’s pioneer Masood Azhar.Outside Office representative Syed Qazi Khalilullah said in a news preparation that, “Pakistan is in contact with India to conclude the date for remote secretaries level talks in Islamabad.”
Prior reports had proposed the capture of Azhar, who has been named by New Delhi as the genius of the Pathankot airbase assault.
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These media reports had developed after the administration had declared on Wednesday that few people fitting in with JeM had been caught in light of starting examinations in Pakistan and the data gave.
The administration articulation, which took after a national security meeting led by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to talk about the moves made on the leads gave by India, had additionally said that Pakistan is considering to send an uncommon examination group to Pathankot, in discussion with the legislature of India.
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Not aware of Jaish founder Masood Azhar’s arrest
No less than seven Indian military work force were killed in the first week of January amid a blast and hours long gunbattle at India’s Pathankot air base close to the outskirt with Pakistan.
The assault occurred a week after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a stopover in Lahore to wish Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on his birthday and go to the last’s granddaughter’s wedding at Jati Umra.
Giving an approach proclamation in Senate on the Nawaz-Modi Jati Umra meeting, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on December 27, 2015 said it was chosen amid the meeting that outside secretaries of both nations would meet in Islamabad on Jan 14-15, 2016.
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Head administrator Nawaz had later guaranteed Modi that Islamabad would not falter to take “quick and unequivocal activity” if the contribution of Pakistan-construct components in the assault with respect to the Indian airbase was demonstrated certain.
Azhar was captured in India in February 1994. Yet, India was compelled to discharge him and two others — Mushtaq Zargar and Umar Sheik — in Dec 1999 in return for travelers and teams of an Indian flight that was commandeered by aggressors connected to Harkatul Mujahideen from Kathmandu and compelled to arrive in Kandahar.
Maulana Azhar’s sibling Rauf is accepted to have planned the commandeering.
After his arrival to Pakistan, Maulana Azhar split with Harkatul Mujahideen in 2000 and shaped his own aggressor outfit Jaish-i-Mohammad.
Then, Qazi Khalilullah additionally dismisses the announcement issued by Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Pakistan Janan Mosazai on Wednesday which said that a larger part of aggressors escaping operations in Pakistan’s Mohmand and Orakzai offices joined the Afghan section of the activist Islamic State (IS) gather