India asks Pakistan for concrete crackdown on terror groups:The Asahi Shimbun

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the National Cemetery in Seoul South Korea in this Feb. 22 2019 file

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the National Cemetery in Seoul South Korea in this Feb. 22 2019 file

Officials said that defining these banned terror outfits as high-risk meant the investigation agencies, supervisory and regulatory organisations and related institutions would be more alert and proactive to assessments of risk indicators, red flags, guidance and advisories.

In the wake of escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, the Donald Trump administration has issued a travel advisory suggesting Americans to avoid visiting Jammu and Kashmir (except the eastern Ladakh region and its capital, Leh) due to terrorism and civil unrest. He also said that Pakistan is still in a state of denial.

"We have and we will continue to act with responsibility and maturity", he added.

PM Modi said India now follows a new policy of dealing with terrorists, citing the retaliatory strikes against Pakistan during his term. But Pakistan, however, continues to generate a false account of the events.

Bisaria had been summoned to New Delhi a day after the Pulwama attack in which over 40 Indian paramilitary soldiers were killed.

He accused Pakistan of failing to take any credible action against Jaish-e-Mohammed and other terrorist organizations, which he said continued to operate with impunity from Pakistan.

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"Questions should be asked to them as to where the fuselage of the aircraft is and what has happened to the pilots?"

Pakistan claimed it downed two Indian jets, and rejected IAF's assertion that a F-16 aircraft was shot down by it during the dogfight.

Since the Pulwama attack the global community has stood by India, Kumar said.

He said Pakistan should take concrete steps "against terrorists and terror infrastructure" on its territory.

"The widespread presence of terrorist camps in Pakistan is public knowledge within and outside Pakistan". "We will not allow any militant group to function in our country now".

The FATF would then make a fresh review of the progress and compliance made by Pakistan with the remaining targets by May and conclude in June review meetings, whether the country should be moved out of the "grey list" or kept in this list in case of minor shortcomings or be downgraded to the "black list" having serious financial and economic repercussions in case of serious shortcomings.

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