Angry over the disruption of the way for the fourth time China's arrest of the leader of the Jaish-e-Mohammad gangster Masood Azhar, the United Nations Security Council warned that if China If this is obstructed on its policy then the responsible member council may be "forced to take other steps". An envoy from the Security Council said to the PTI-language, giving an unusually strong warning to China, "If China continues to create obstacles in this work, then responsible members may be forced to take other steps in the Security Council. . Such a situation should not arise. "The messenger said on condition of keeping his identity confidential. Another envoy in the Security Council said in response to a question of PTI language, "China has interrupted the move to include Azhar in the list for the fourth time. China should not stop the committee from doing its work, The Security Council has entrusted it. "The discussions in the United Nations Ban Committee are confidential and therefore the member states can not comment publicly on this.
That is why the messengers also urged their identity to be kept confidential. The envoy said, "This move of China is contrary to its own stated goals for fighting against terrorism and promoting regional stability in South Asia." They have been able to protect active terrorist groups and their donors on Pakistan's land. Criticizing Pakistan for reliance on China American Congressman Brad Sherman termed this move of China as "unacceptable" and said, "China once again stopped the United Nations from banning the Jeans-e-Mohammad's donor Masood Azhar, Who had attacked the Pulwama in February in India. I appeal to China to allow the United Nations to ban the Azhar. "
Many members of the American think tank, including Jeff Smith of the Heritage Foundation and Sadananda Dhum of the American Enterprise Institute, also condemned this move by China. It is notable that India's attempt to declare Masood Azhar as a global terrorist was another setback on Wednesday when China put a technical ban on the proposal to declare him a global terrorist in the United Nations Security Council. France, the United Kingdom and the United States proposed a proposal to declare Azhar as a terrorist under the "1267 Al-Qaeda Syndication Committee" of the United Nations Security Council on 27th February. It is noteworthy that on January 14, the suicide attacker of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama in Jammu Kashmir attacked the convoy of CRPF, In which 40 soldiers had died. The tension between India and Pakistan has increased due to this attack.