The US national security advisor of the US President John Bolton told Pakistan promised to take strict restraint regulations on the terror group executed attacks in India. Bolton informed that he mates with the Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and, “ the FM assured me that Pakistan would deal firmly with all terrorists and will continue steps to de-escalate tensions with India.”

India has frequently accused Pakistan of directly supporting the attacks by terrorists in Kashmir. In February, Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group, demanded responsibility for a suicide bomb blasting which snatched 40 paramilitary members of India, inflaming air strikes and a wave of political tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors.

US National security advisor told during his discussions with Qureshi he had schemed, “ to encourage meaningful steps against JeM and other terrorist groups operating from Pakistan.”

The recent reassurances from Pakistan came as the US state Secretary Mike Pompeo met with the Foreign Secretary of India, Vijay Gokhale in Washington and pushed Pakistan to take, “ meaningful action against terrorist groups operating on its soil”.

The representative of US State Secretary told that during the discussions between the state Secretary and Indian Foreign minister Vijay Gokhale, they “ discussed the importance of bringing those responsible for the (February) attack to justice”.

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