Pakistan Army claims Jaish-e-Mohammed 'does not exist' in the country

Jaish-e-Mohammed who took the responsibility of the terror attack that happened in Pulwama which killed 40 CRPF personnel does not exist in Pakistan claims Pakistan Army.

Interestingly, just days before Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi admitted that Masood Azhar head of JeM is in the country. Pak Foreign minister went on saying that people are in touch with them.

Today, Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor Pakistan Army Spokesperson said these are all false claim. Jaish-e-Mohammad does not exist in Pakistan. The terror group has been banned by United Nations and Pakistan.

From past few days, Pakistan is in immense international pressure to act against terrorism which is growing in their country. Looking at international pressure, Pakistan on Tuesday took JeM chief Azhar’s son and brother in preventive detention but the move is seen as an eyewash by Delhi.

The statement from the Pakistan Army and the statement from there Government don’t match.