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US sprinkled salt on Pakistan’s wounds, said – tighten your back to root out terrorist groups



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America sprinkled more salt on Pakistan’s wounds.
The United States warns Pakistan.
Pakistan should take steps to eradicate terrorist groups.

Washington. Pakistan has already been rocked by a joint statement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden to end terrorism. Now, sprinkling more salt on Pakistan’s wounds, America has once again warned Pakistan and made it clear that it should take immediate and strong action to eliminate all terrorist groups. Days after Prime Minister Modi and Biden’s statement, the US State Department on Monday called on Pakistan to root out all terrorist groups, including Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed.

US State Department spokesman Matt Miller told a press briefing that Pakistan has taken some necessary steps to fight against terrorist groups. Nevertheless, America has urged Pakistan to take more steps in this direction. Matt Miller said in response to a Pakistani reporter’s question that “the people of Pakistan have suffered greatly from terrorist attacks in recent years.” We believe that Pakistan has taken some necessary steps to combat terrorist groups in accordance with its Financial Action Task Force action plans. This includes the arrest and punishment of Sajid Mir.

He said that “we are also consistent in the importance of taking action to permanently eliminate all terrorist groups present in Pakistan, including Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and many other major terrorist organizations like them. “. Significantly, Lashkar-e-Taiba was responsible for the Mumbai terrorist attacks in 2008. During which more than 160 people were killed. While Jaish-e-Mohammed took responsibility for the Pulwama terrorist attack in 2019. Due to which 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred.

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The Pakistani journalist also asked Miller about alleged human rights and religious freedom violations in India. To which the State Department spokesperson said that “we routinely raise human rights concerns in our interviews with Indian officials.” And you saw that President Biden himself spoke about it in a joint press conference with Prime Minister Modi. The US State Department spokesperson declined to comment on former President Barack Obama’s remarks on minority rights in India.

Keywords: America, Global Terrorism, Pakistan, terrorism, Terrorism in India