China halts action against Masood Azhar’s brother in UN, India says disappointed but will ‘continue to chase’


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- - New Delhi: A day after China halted an India-US joint bid at the United Nations to ban Jaish-e-Mohammed’s second-in-command Abdul Rauf Asghar, India’s foreign ministry said it regretted the “hold”. and will continue to demand action. “India will stick to its principled stand to bring these terrorists to justice, including the UNSC 1267 sanctions regime,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said. “We regret that the listing offer has been put on a ‘technical hold’,” he said. He added, “It is unfortunate that when it comes to our collective fight against terrorism, the international community has been unable to...