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The government says it will guarantee the isolation of Pakistan and ends the most-favored-nation (MFN) status


Pulwama terrorist attack: a suicide bomber of Jaish entered a large convoy of CRPF buses and killed 40 jawans.

New Delhi / Srinagar: One day after more than 40 staff members of the Central Reserve Police (CRPF) were killed in the most lethal terrorist attack against security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and key ministers held a meeting of Security review. Prime Minister Modi said that those behind the terrorist attack would pay a "very high price" and had committed a "big mistake". Union Minister Arun Jaitley said the government has decided to take all possible diplomatic measures to ensure the "complete isolation" of Pakistan and has withdrawn the status of "Most Favored Nation" to the country. Yesterday, New Delhi urged the international community to endorse the appointment of Jaish-e-Mohammed leader Masood Azhar as a "terrorist appointed by the UN"; The terrorist group based in Pakistan has claimed the attack. The United States has also called on Pakistan to "immediately end support and shelter for all terrorist groups."

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