Pakistan was under global pressure

U.S. called for swift action; China issued two statements condemning the terror strike.

  1. The Indian government had made it clear that there would be “no talks without action” from Pakistan.
  2. On the basis of evidence and leads handed over by India about the Pathankot attackers who killed 7 Indian soldiers.
  3. Ministry of External Affairs kept up the pressure by refusing to confirm or cancel the Foreign Secretary-level talks which had been informally agreed to for January 15.
  4. Security experts also warned against reading too much into the action against Jaish-e-Mohammad.
  5. The group that was set up by Masood Azhar after he was released at Kandahar by the Indian government in 1999 in exchange for hostages on board IC-814.
Foreign Policy Watch: Cross-Border Terrorism
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