Big Diplomatic Win For India! US moves a resolution against Pakistan’s inaction over terrorism

In a big diplomatic win for India, US House of Representatives has passed a resolution against Pakistan for not taking any strong actions on terrorism. The resolution exposes the real intention of terrorists nation and demands a strict on Pakistan and all those who are supporting the terror nation and terrorists

US Congressman Scot Perry has moved this resolution forward in the US Congress against Pakistan. US Congressman lists terror crimes against Pakistan over the years. He also pays tribute to 40 CRPF martyrs of Pulwama terror attack.

The resolution read that it strongly condemns the attack and offer condolences to the family and friends of the victims, and reaffirm solidarity with the people of India.

It also highlighted that the United States and United Nations (U.N.) has designated Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) as a foreign terrorist organization since December 26. 2001

But Pakistan has not taken any action against it. Pakistan has provided a safe haven to this terrorist organization. ‘‘The Pakistani government failed to significantly limit Lashkar e-Tayyiba (LeT) and JeM from openly raising money, recruiting, and training in Pakistan.’’ read the document

The report stressed that it has been so many years but no action has been taken against terror group by Pakistan and all the terror groups are still active and launching attacks claiming several lives

It also reiterated that the US stands with India. US and India have pledged to strengthen cooperation against terrorist threats from groups, including Al-Qaida (AQ), ISIS, JeM, LeT, and D-Company; and the United States is committed to working with the Government of India to combat terrorism in all forms

This move by the US is a big setback to all the terror sympathizers. The international community has stood by India in this need of hour and almost all nations have slammed Pakistan and warned it for propagating terrorism. This will surely help India in its fight against the terrorism