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Almighty, China saved Masood Azhar says Jaish-e-Mohammad


New Delhi, April 12: The Jaish-e-Mohammad has profusely thanked China for blocking a ban on its chief Maulana Masood Azhar at the UN as had been sought by India. Al-Qalam, the mouth piece of the Jaish-e-Mohammad has praised China as a friend after Azhar's ban had been blocked by China.

There are two articles in the magazine. While one is written by Naveed Masood Hasmi, titled 'Moulana Masood Azhar se Darul Uloom Deoband Tak', the other is penned by Azhar himself under the headline Mazboot. Azhar's article refers to the role of Nawaz Sharif in parking off-shore funds. The ruling family has been exposed in financial dealings, he writes while seeking out the strictest punishment.

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Thank you China:

Hashmi's article is more to do with the Chinese blocking the ban on Azhar. He writes that it is the almighty and China which saved Azhar. There was heavy lobbying by New Delhi and a part of the media in Pakistan. However, the unexpected happened and Azhar was saved by China, he also writes.

Hashmi has some particularly harsh words for a section of the media in Pakistan, which he refers to as pro-Indian. "Three months of investigations have been conducted into the Pathankot attack, but none had found any proof against Azhar," he writes. If it was not for China, they would have finished Azhar by now, he also states.

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