Maulana Masood Azhar, who has become an international terrorist, has carried out several terrorist attacks including Pulwama in India. His terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed has been creating bloody conspiracies in Pakistan's hideout. He carried Now terror attacks in America and other western countries. Till now he will not be able to roam freely in Pakistan. His property will be confiscated. His bank accounts will be sealed. His organization has already been banned.
Jaish-e-Mohammad, the organization of Azhar, aims only to separate Kashmir from India. It was founded by Masood Azhar in March 2000. Jaish-e-Mohammad, responsible for the many terrorist attacks in India, was banned by the Pakistani government in January 2002. But its chief Masood Azhar is so vicious that he changed the name of Jaish-e-Mohammad to 'Khudam-ul-Islam'.
Who is Masood Azhar
Terrorist Maulana Masood Azhar was born on July 10, 1968, in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. He had 9 other siblings. Some agencies reported the date of birth to August 7, 1968. Azhar's father Allah Bakhsh Shabbir was the headmaster of a government school. Her family was connected to the business of dairy and poultry.
How he became the terrorist
Masood Azhar has secured training from a seminary named Jamia Uloom Ul Islamiya in Banuri Nagar, Karachi. And that's where he came from an organization called Harkat-ul-Ansar. Which was then an active terrorist organization in Afghanistan. He was also the editor of Urdu magazine Saad-e-Mujahideen and Arabic magazine Saat-e-Kashmir.
Constitution of Jaish-e-Mohammad
On December 31, 1999, after reaching Kandahar, Masood Azhar and Omar Sheikh went straight to Al Qaeda's chief Osama bin Laden. And after one month both the terrorists went to Pakistan on January 31, 2000.
After that, Masood Azhar had announced the establishment of a terrorist organization named Jaish-e-Mohammed between one thousand armed terrorists in a mosque in Karachi. Earlier, he was associated with Harkat-ul-Mujahideen. But after the establishment of Jaish, most of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen members had joined Masood Azhar.