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Jaish-e-Mohammad rubs salt on India's Pathankot wounds, says Indian forces could not tackle 6 jihadis
Maulana Masood Azhar headed Pakistani terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad has rubbed salt on Indian wounds of the Pathankot terror attack by mocking at the Indian defence agencies in an audio clip by saying that they could not tackle the six "mujaheedin".

The audio clip which has been posted on the website alqalamionline.com has made startling disclosures on how terrorists attacked the Pathankot airbase on January 2.

The 13-minute audio clip has also been transcribed in a local Urdu magazine in Azhar's hometown Bahawalpur. The clip has described how those six terrorists fired at Indian tanks, military cars and helicopters.

The speaker in the audio clip has warned Pakistan government not to accept any evidence from India. The speaker in the audio clip says, "Why do Pakistan's leaders bow before India's allegations? Why do they shame us?"

What is most disturbing in the audio clip is that the speaker has not only mocked Indian defence agencies for not being able to tackle six "mujaheedin" but has also demeaned the martyrdom of Lt Colonel Niranjan Kumar and ace shooter Fateh Singh by saying, "Buri tarah mare gaye."

The audio clip further talks about the confusion of the Indian agencies over the number of attackers that had attacked the Pathankot airbase. The clip says, "First they said there were six mujahideen, then they said five, then four. Such a big country is in tears. They are pointing an accusing finger like cowards."

The audio clip has glorified the terrorists and also confirmed how four mujahideen crossed over to India on Friday night at 3 am and held fort for almost 48 hours without eating and sleeping in freezing cold temperatures.

Now with these revelations and India providing concrete evidence on the Pathankot airbase attack to Pakistan, it is up to Pak President Nawaz Sharif and Pakistani authorities to take decisive action against the terror outfit. Although Sharif has made a promise to act soon, history says that these are mere theatrics of Pakistan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done his bit of extending the lotus flower towards Pakistan, but the response from the neighbouring side has been in the form of another terror attack.

Now in the aftermath of the Pathankot airbase attack, opposition parties should rise above partisan politics and support the Prime Minster of India on his foreign policy. Petty issues do not mean that we should let the sacrifices of our brave soldiers go in vain. We are a proud country and will remain so till eternity. We should come together as a nation and fight against external threats instead of fighting with each other.

PM Modi has tried his diplomacy and is now expected to take a tough stand on Pakistan over the Pathankot terror attack, if Pakistan does not cooperate on handing over Maulana Masood Azhar to India. National interest is paramount and other issues only secondary. 

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