Jaish-i-Mohammad HeadMasood Azhar
The leader of Jaish-i-Mohammad Maulana Masood Azhar is arguably one of Pakistan's most defended figures. The history of the terrorists who stormed the National Assembly in 2001 and the 2019 Pulwama bombings are interesting given how much Pakistan has put in to protect him.
According to a Times Now Navbharat report, the Pakistani nation maintains to offer secure havens for numerous terrorists, which includes Azhar. Azhar reportedly has two homes in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, near Osman-O-Ali Masjid and the National Orthopedic General Hospital.
Pakistani Army is not working to provide key lawyers. Like Osama bin Laden, he was completely protected from air attacks. It is surrounded by mosques, hospitals and several apartment buildings, making strikes virtually impossible.
He was finally released after going through a lot of drama. Returning to Pakistan, he founded Jaish-i-Mohammad. The group made the announcement when it attacked the Indian parliament in 2001. Relations with ISI are warm. JeM's boss is disbanded when his team tries to assassinate former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf. At the time, he didn't quite sympathize with the restaurant. However, the restaurant did not take the investigation seriously, and all parts of the case disappeared for free.
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