Pakistan government will act against JeM chief: Satyapal Singh

New Delhi, Jan. 19 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party MP and former Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh on Tuesday said he is confident that Pakistan will act against the terror infrastructure on its soil.

Singh was responding to the Pakistan government that has been claiming action against Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) which orchestrated the January 2 Pathankot terror attack.

“After the climate change in Indo-Pak relations, we should not immediately come into a conclusion that Pakistan is not going to take any action. Lets us wait for some time and we are sure that Pakistan government will act against the terror infrastructure mainly in Pak occupied Kashmir and its leader Maulana Masood Azhar,” Singh told ANI here.

“Looking into the long history of Pakistan’s action or so called support to the terrorist group, it is very difficult to believe immediately what action Pakistan has taken against Jaish-e-mohammad, and its leader and cadres,” he added.

Meanwhile, India has prepared a dossier detailing Azhar’s fund raising mechanism and the document will soon be handed over to Pakistani authorities to nail the terrorist.

The dossier has details about JeM’s overseas funding and information about key its operatives including Rouf Azghar Azhar.

The banned terror group, JeM, functions openly all over Pakistan including the PoK.

Apart from that details about India’s most wanted men Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba’s top commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim are also included in the dossier.

JeM generally conducts big congregations twice a year at Haripur and Bhawalpur in Pakistan. The outfit has huge infrastructure including offices and landed property in the name of local trusts/NGOs and charitable organizations. It runs a chain of educational institutions in different names and has built a huge hospital at Muzaffarabad. (ANI)

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