Despite India’s allegations, the United Nations has acknowledged Pakistan’s actions against terrorists in its report.
The 27th report of the UN Security Council has made important revelations and acknowledged Pakistan’s actions against terrorists despite India’s allegations.
A report released by the United Nations said that Pakistan is committed to taking action against terrorist organizations and groups.
DG ISPR presented a dossier on Indian support to terrorist organizations. The P&JU sent a dossier to the United Nations on Indian funding, and the Security Council’s sanctions committee nominated the two terrorist groups.
The report said that five groups – Shehryar Mehsud, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, Hizb-ul-Ahrar, Amjad Farooqi Group and Usman Saifullah Group – had announced an alliance with the TTP.
The TTP’s combat strength is between 2,500 and 6,000. TTP integration has increased the threat of terrorism for Pakistan and the region.
According to the UN report, “The TTP was responsible for more than 100 cross-border attacks between July and October 2020.
Pakistan has consistently highlighted the threat of terrorism posed by the TTP while the United States Recognizes Afghanistan-based TTP, JUA terrorists as a threat to Pakistan.
The UN monitoring report pointed to the arrest of terrorist financiers in Pakistan and the freezing of assets of institutions.