India revokes Most Favoured Nation status to Pakistan after Pulwama attack
- Indian has revoked the “most favoured nation” (MFN) status to
Pakistanin the wake of a suicide attackby Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in Kashmir.
- The MFN status grants a foreign country favourable access to domestic markets and beneficial trade terms.
- India contends that JeM has been given a safe haven and a launchpad by the Pakistani establishment.
The MFN status grants a foreign country favourable access to domestic markets and beneficial trade terms. India contends that JeM has been given a safe haven and a launchpad by the Pakistani establishment.
Speaking to reporters,
The announcement comes the morning after Pakistan denied any involvement in the suicide attack in Kashmir’s
Most militant attacks in Kashmir attacks in recent years have been coordinated by either the JeM or Lashkar-e-Taiba, another Pakistani outfit. While India, along with the rest of the world, has repeatedly pressed Pakistan to clamp down harder on homegrown terrorist networks, it seems the requests have fallen on deaf ears.
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