21 September 2020
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India will pursue its case for an international ban on Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) chief and Pathankot airbase attack accused Masood Azhar with the US in the ‘2+2’ dialogue to be held here on September 6. India has been assured by the US that it is working to ensure that Beijing drops its opposition to a ban on Pakistan-based Azhar when it is proposed.

Abdul Gh Lone