AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday described the blacklisting of Masood Azhar as a “cosmetic thing” as there was no mention of Pathankot, Uri and other terror attacks in the UN listing.

He alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi compromised over the issue and sought to know what agreement the country has made with China on the matter. The BJP need not claim to have achieved something great as Pakistan-based terror masterminds still pose a threat to India, Owaisi told .

“The blacklisting of Masood Azhar is a cosmetic thing. Why? because, in the listing initially done by France and US, what was written? Pathankot, Uri, Pulwama, Kashmir and Parliament attack, these five things were written. Who is the victim in this. Victim is people of India and the Army of India. But, you don’t mention any of these. You compromise on this,” he said. Is Azhar not responsible for Pathankot, Uri, Pulwama, Parliament terror attacks and it is not mentioned,” he said. “Why was it compromised. ”

Saying that Saeed was blacklisted in 2008, Owaisi asked whether Saeed does not hold public meetings in Pakistan. “Blacklisting really happened. But, you are claiming that it is our big victory. (It was) No such victory... What is the agreement the country has made with China on this issue,” he sought to know. “Whether it is about Tibet?... Why was this whole listing revised?... in the first listing, it was mentioned, Uri was mentioned, Pulwama was mentioned, Pathankot was mentioned, attack on Parliament was mentioned. Why did we compromise on this,” Owaisi asked. 

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