Pakistan's attempt to declare the two Indians international terrorists has failed the UNSC

Pakistan's attempt to declare the two Indians international terrorists has failed the UNSC

Attempts to declare the two Indians as international terrorists have failed in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Pakistan planned to list two Indians, Angara Apaji and Govind Patnaik, as terrorists by the UNSC's Anti-Terrorism Action Committee. However, Pakistan's five-member UNSC failed. In front of the UNSC committee, the United States, France, the United Kingdom (UK), Germany and Belgium have rejected the decision to declare Indian nationals a global terrorist.

Pakistan was asked to provide evidence to declare Indian nationals terrorists. But as Pakistan could not provide any evidence, the five countries decided to block Pakistan’s proposal. According to sources, in July, Pakistan, with the help of a permanent member of the UNSC and China, proposed the declaration of two Indians as international terrorists under the Al Qaeda Barrier Committee.


Pakistan has accused the Indians of carrying out terrorist attacks in Balochistan and Peshawar. An FIR was even registered against them. Angara worked as a software developer at a bank in Kabul. Pak alleged that he was involved in the February 13, 2017 terrorist attack on Mall Road in Lahore. According to Pakistan, Angara carried out the attack in collaboration with the newly formed terrorist organization Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, which was separated from the Tehreek-e-Taliban. The UNSC has now opposed the proposal to declare the two Indians terrorists as Pakistan has failed to prove it.

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