Politically motivated: India's covert jab at China over the 26/11 terror sanctions

India said attempts to sanction the perpetrators and facilitators of the 2611 Mumbai terror attacks have been barred in the past for political reasons . India has received notifications from the Security Council of the 1267 Committee, which includes the Commission on Counter-Terrorism, 1267 Al Qaeda, Shahid Mahmood, senior Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM), and Abdul Rehman Makki, who have been planning future cross-border attacks against my country .

Mumbai, India, in her remarks to the Joint Briefing of the Chairs of the 126713731540 Committees to the Security Council, India has said its attempts to sanction the perpetrators and facilitators of the 2611 Mumbai terror attacks have been barred in the past for political reasons enabling them to launch further cross-border assaults against the region, in apparent reference to Chinas repeated attempts to blacklist Pakistan-based terrorists at the UN.In a veiled reference to Pakistan, India has received notifications from the Security Council of the 1267 Committee, which includes the Commission on Counter-Terrorism, 1267 Al Qaeda, Shahid Mahmood, senior Jaish-e-Mohammed (JEM), and Abdul Rehman Makki, who have been planning future cross-border attacks against my country, she said.In Mumbai, the CTC members paid tribute to the victims of attacks, including the Mumbai terror attacks The United States said at the briefing that the crucial work of the UN Security Council's 1267 Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee must be free from politization that only benefit the terrorists.We can contribute to stability and stability in Africa, as well as around the world, by supporting UN listings of ISIS and al-Qaeda affiliates of their allies, according to Political Coordinator in the United States Mission to the United Nations John Kelley.In his remarks, he said that the critical work of this commission must be free of politisation that only benefits the terrorists.

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