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Masood Azhar: Pak soldiers guard JeM chief’s twin hideouts in Bahawalpur, expose Islamabad’s lies on terror | World News – Times of India

Two hideouts of Jaish-e-Muhammed chief Masood Azhar have been revealed in an expose by the freshly launched Hindi news channel Times Now Navbharat. Both the hideouts, in Pakistan’s Bahawalpur town, are located in residential areas and in the vicinity of two mosques, making it difficult to launch an operation against the terror mastermind.

According to details accessed by Times Now Navbharat from a dossier prepared by the national security establishment in New Delhi, the two hideouts are just four km apart. One of them is located in a posh locality where VIPs reside, just one km away from the Bahawalpur bench of Lahore high court.

One of India’s most wanted terrorists, Masood Azhar is the mastermind of major terror attacks like the 2001 Parliament attack and the 2019 Pulwama carnage.

Pakistan’s continued patronage of terrorism is established by visual evidence of uniformed personnel of Pakistan army in bullet-proof jackets guarding Azhar’s hideouts. This flies in the face of the claims that Islamabad has been making to escape economic sanctions that it does not aid or abet terror. It is once again established that Pakistan continues to shelter, secure and safeguard terrorists and use terror as a state policy.

Azhar’s first hideout is located right next to the Osman-O-Ali Masjid which is near the National Orthopaedic & General Hospital. With a mosque and a hospital in the vicinity, launching an Osama-like operation against Azhar becomes virtually impossible.

The second house is next to the Jamia Mosque, which is just a km away from the Bahawalpur bench of the Lahore high court. The district collector’s office is 3 km away.

After the Abbottabad fiasco – when Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden was found hiding near the military headquarters – Pakistan seems to have ensured that Azhar’s hideouts remain in densely populated areas in order to avoid suspicion and a possible raid.

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