According to the sources, banned Islamist terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar has met with Taliban leadership in Afghanistan and sought their support in spreading terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
He met with senior Taliban leaders including Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, in Kandahar last week.
Masood Azhar had earlier shown his delight over the "collapse" of the "US-backed government" in Afghanistan and the Taliban's takeover of the country on August 15.
In his write-up titled "Manzil Ki Taraf" (towards the destination) on August 16, the JeM chief applauded the “success of mujahideen" in Afghanistan.
A message was being circulated among JeM functionaries at its markaz (headquarters) at Bahawalpur in Pakistan greeting each other on the victory of the Taliban.
The Taliban and the Jaish-e-Mohammed are considered ideological comrades in interpreting sharia, the Islamic law, following the Deobandi school of Sunni Islam.
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Pakistan has been failing to comply with FATF mandates and has been failing to investigate and prosecute UN-designated terrorists, including Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar. Pakistan has no let-up from its financial crises as the anti-terror financing body, the FATF, has retained its on the Grey List. The FATF placed Pakistan on the Grey List for the first time in June 2018. It has been on the list for four years because of its 'failure' to comply with the FATF mandates. Due to i ...