| FATF Gray List: Pakistan’s strategy to get rid of Masood Azhar

Islamabad: Pakistan with a new deadline to exit the FATF gray list. Pakistan is playing the game of technical delivery of Masood Azhar Alvi, the founder and terrorist of the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed (JMM). As part of this, Pakistan is busy spreading the word that Masood Azhar has moved to Afghanistan. Pakistan says Azhar moved to Afghanistan after the Taliban came to power in August last year and is currently living in eastern Afghanistan. However, the Taliban government completely rejected this claim by Pakistan.

The Pakistani Foreign Ministry also sent a letter to the Taliban government last day, asking for help in finding and arresting Masood Azhar. Apart from that, Azhar’s brother, JMM It is a secret from Pulcinella that Commander Rauf Azhar is under the protection of Pakistani intelligence.

The suspicion that the Pakistani military leadership has betrayed Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of Al-Qaeda, has been active for a long time. The Pakistani army, which drove Zawahiri to Afghanistan when their needs ran out, leaked information about him to the United States for financial aid.

Another version of the same strategy is used by Pakistan in the case of Jaish. Meanwhile, a Taliban spokesman tweeted yesterday dismissing media reports that chief Jaish-e-Mohammed Masood Azhar had sought refuge in Afghanistan.

“We reiterate that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan does not allow armed opposition groups present on its territory to operate against any other country”, clarified the Taliban spokesman.

The Taliban have asked all parties to desist from these accusations, which are devoid of evidence and documents. The spokesperson also warned that such media allegations will have a negative impact on bilateral relations.

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