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Convicts of 26/11 attacks roamed free and carried out attacks for political reasons; India said in UN


India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations mentioned the 26/11 attack.
India said in the UN that due to political reasons the terrorists roamed freely.
Since June till now, China has put a stop to the proposal to blacklist many terrorists.

United Nations. India has said that its efforts to ban the perpetrators and facilitators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks were stalled in the past for “political reasons”, allowing those individuals to roam free and continue to carry out cross-border attacks against the country. are. India’s Permanent Representative and Ambassador to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj said that terrorism remains a “serious threat” to international peace and security. He said, “Groups affiliated and inspired by ISIS and Al-Qaeda are targeting civilians and security forces, especially in Asia and Africa, while carrying out their plans.”

“We should not forget that in November 2008, 10 terrorists entered the city of Mumbai from Pakistan through the sea route, wreaked havoc in the city for four days, including 26 foreign nationals,” Kamboj told a joint briefing of the UN Security Council. Killed 166 people. “Our efforts to ban the perpetrators and facilitators of these terrorist attacks have been blocked in the past for political reasons,” he said. They openly carried out attacks against my country from across the border while working on their plans.

Let us tell you that since June this year, China, which has always been helping Pakistan, is trying to blacklist Pakistan-based terrorists Hafiz Talha Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Shahid Mehmood, Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Sajid Mir, senior Jaish Proposals blocked. India and the US had submitted proposals to designate Pakistan-based terrorists and freeze their assets, travel restrictions and arms embargoes, but China blocked these proposals using its veto power.

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