Pakistan Shuffles words: Army says Masood Azhar does not exist in the country

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Recently Pakistan received dossier which says Jaish-e-Mohammad is responsible for Pulwama attack. Now Pakistani army changed its statement and said jash-e-Mohammad does not exist in our country.

In an interview to CNN, Major General Asif Ghafoor said, “Jaish-e-Mohammad does not exist in Pakistan. It has been proscribed by the United Nations and Pakistan also. Secondly, we are not doing anything under anybody’s pressure.”

This statement from the Pakistani army came after India submitted a dossier to Pakistan on Pulwama attack. Earlier, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had said that Jaish chief Masood Azhar was in his own country.

Pakistani military spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor has said that the JeM’s claim of responsibility for the Pulwama attack had not been made from inside Pakistan. He further said, "Jash-e-Mohammad does not exist in Pakistan. He is banned by both Pakistan and United Nations. Secondly, we are not taking any action after anybody's pressure. '

Major General Asif Gafoor, Pakistan Army spokesman, acknowledged that both the countries had reached the pinnacle of war. He said that when India encroached Pakistan's air force, Pakistan responded.

He said, "Both the armies on the LoC have been deployed for decades. But after the encroachment of India and Pakistan's reply, the two raised security on the border. " He acknowledged that the two countries had increased the number of their soldiers, because naturally this is done in the strategy of the army.

He said about the strike of the IAF on Balakot that neither a brick was damaged nor did anybody die. They incorrectly claim the claim of India's Jaish terrorists to destroy the bases.

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