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India's anti-terror talks with China

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The first ever conversation on the anti terrorism topic between India and its arch rival China failed to make any positive move despite the fact that India on its part provided fresh evidences and testimonials to Beijing.

On the other hand the Chinese government directly refused to re examine its objections made for Jaish-e-Mohammed's Maulana Masood Azhar and other two more persons from Lashkar-e-Toiba. Not only this, the Chinese government also rejected India's proposal to look into the matter regarding Anthony Shimray who is being held responsible for illegal arm supplying.

The counter terrorism talks begin in July this year after the 26/11 attacks. These talks were seen as an attempt to revive the old bilateral talk mechanism between the two countries after a gap of 3 years. But as per the sources go no progress were made in this regard.

The US government however has been asking China to give its vote so that the UNO can place people like Azhar and other operatives of Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed under the sanction list that contains groups like al-Qaeda.

As per the sources, the Indian government provided complete details and testimonials of all the Pakistan based terrorists who played havoc in the country recently, the Chinese government insisted that the proofs given were still insufficient.

Responding to the matter of rejecting the evidences the Chinese government said that they needed some technical aspects also as per the UN requirements which were not provided by the Indian government. Reacting to this the frustrated Indian delegation has said that they will now give even the technical details as soon as possible so that no one can further say that relevant information was not provided.

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