China blocks Indian bid to list Masood Azhar as global terrorist

BEIJING: China on Thursday once more blocked Indian bid to list head of Jaish-e-Mohammad Maulana Msood Azhar as global terrorist by the United Nations, Indian media reported.

India, subsidized by the United States, France and UK, has been making an attempt to get Masood Azhar added to a UN list of teams with ties to Al Qaeda.

China, a veto-wielding everlasting member of the UN Security Council, has again and again blocked India’s transfer to put a ban on Masood Azhar beneath the Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee of the Council.

China on Thursday blocked the Indian transfer, pronouncing it has rejected the transfer as “there is not any consensus”.

This is the second one yr in succession that China has blocked the solution. Last yr, China had accomplished the similar to stall India’s software sooner than the similar Committee.

India, subsidized by the United States, has been making an attempt to get Maulana Masood Azhar on a U.N. list of teams with ties to Al Qaeda, blaming his team for a chain of assaults in India, together with one on its parliament in 2002 and some other remaining yr on an airbase.

Such selections will have to be in accordance with solid iron proof and entirely subsidized by individuals of the U.N. panel charged with enforcing resolutions concerning to sanctions on militant teams and people, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying stated two days again.

“China proposed a technical hang, the purpose of which used to be to give more time for the committee participants to talk about it and for related events to have additional consultations,” Hua advised a day by day information briefing.

“But regrettably, the committee has but to succeed in consensus.”

The wrangling over Masood Azhar, an established Indian foe, has transform a thorny factor in ties between China and India.

Jaish-e-Mohammad has already been blacklisted by the 15-nation Security Council, however now not its head Azhar.

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