Earlier this week, China, for the fourth time, foiled an international effort to get JeM chief Masood Azhar tagged a global terrorist by the UN.
On 7 March, Press Trust India broke the story about the UN rejecting an appeal to remove Hafiz Saeed’s name from a list of banned terrorists.
The Wall Street Journal’s editorial comes after China for the fourth time blocked India’s bid to declare Masood a “global terrorist”.
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India has activated all diplomatic channels with China and there's no need to share anymore evidence on Masood Azhar, says top official.
Official sources said India will continue working with UNSC to designate JeM chief Masood Azhar a terrorist, and also dismissed Pakistan's recent steps on terrorism as cosmetic.
This probably means Masood Azhar could be designated a global terrorist by the UN body, but the language of designation would include language acceptable to China.
Modi government is said to be under severe pressure on how it should 'punish' China for again foiling a bid to impose sanctions on Masood Azhar.
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