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India said pakistan if you serious on terrorism so assign to Salahuddin and dawood

India pakistan war: On the proposals of continuous dialogue on behalf of Pakistan, India has once again said that if it does not take action against terrorism then it will be difficult to do so. The government has told Pak that if it is serious about the fight against terrorism then give Dawood Ibrahim and Syed Salahuddin to India. Government sources said on Saturday that besides the two, there has been a demand for handing over those terrorists who are Indians but are living in Pakistan.

India has said that even after the involvement of Jaish in the Pulwama terror attack, Pakistan has not been able to take any action against him or any other terrorist organization. Sources said that the government has said that if Pakistan wants to actually deliver a message against terrorism then it should be handed over to other Indian terrorists including Dawood Ibrahim and Syed Salahuddin.

India has termed the action of being taken into custody for some terrorists by the Pakistan side as a cosmetic action. India has made it clear that the frozen ice in relations with these acts of show will not melt. The mastermind of many terrorist attacks in India and responsible Dawood Ibrahim, including Salahuddin, is demanding handing over to many wanted terrorists.(India pakistan war)

According to sources, India has shared the details of several terrorist groups who operate activities from Islamabad. Not only this, these information can also be verified on behalf of a third country. Since the suicide attack on CRPF convoy on February 14 in Pulwama, India has increased diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to fight against terrorists.

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