Journal : Global Times (Chinese) Date : Author : NA Page No. : 3
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According to a report published in Times of India on April 4, a representative from a small trader business interest group— Confederation of all India Traders (CAIT) criticized China for blocking India’s application for including the name of the chief of militant group “Jaish-E- Mohamed”, Massod Azhar, in the United Nations Security Council blacklist. Moreover, they also threatened to boycott “made in China”. According to the Confederation, this decision will be ratified by voting in the National Traders Conclave being held from 4 April.

India accused “Jaish-E-Mohamed” for masterminding the Pathankot airbase shootout which happened in January this year in the state of Punjab and requested the UN Security Council to include his name in the sanctions blacklist which includes “Al-Qaeda” and “ISIS”. According to Indian Express, the Chinese representative in UN, Liu Jieyi, said that India’s request did not meet the requirements of UN Security Council.

On April 3, India’s “First Post” published a report stating that Urban Development Minister Naidu also criticized China’s approach. A day earlier, Indian government also expressed dissatisfaction over the issue. Reuters quoted Indian government spokesperson Vikas Swarup as saying that, “We think it is incomprehensible”.

Head of south and Central Asia research institute in Shanghai Institute of International Studies, Wang Dehua told this Global Times reporter that the definition of “terrorism” so far does not have a unified understanding. India is used to considering Pakistan’s armed forces in Kashmir as terrorist organizations but if other countries do not share this view or have doubts, it’s a normal thing.

BBC on April 3 said that India accuses Pakistan of supporting “Jaish-E-Mohamed” but Islamabad denies these allegations. According to NDTV, the main reason behind China postponing India’s application is due to Pakistan’s request. As per an AFP report, UN Security Council will have official discussion on the advancement of India’s application on April 20, which is when China will also make a final decision on its stand.

India’s problems with Pakistan always put China in a difficult position; it is not just the above problem. A report by India Today on April 3 showed videos of Chinese constructing underground tunnels and electrical installation in Pakistanin the vicinity of the “line of actual control”. These unconfirmed reports according to India Today were “a provocation towards India” and this customary view is shared by many in Indian media regarding China-Pakistan cooperation.

Original Text

在联合国申请受阻,印团体威胁抵制中国货

据《印度时报》4日报道,代表小商贩利益的商业团体——印度全国贸易商联合会谴责中国阻止印度将武装组织“穆罕默德军”的头目阿兹哈尔列入联合国安理会黑名单的申请,并威胁抵制“中国制造”。该联合会称,这一决定将在4日开始的全国贸易大会上表决批准。

印度指控“穆罕默德军”幕后策划今年1月在印度旁遮普邦帕坦科特空军基地发生的枪击事件,要求安理会将阿兹哈尔列入与“基地”或“伊斯兰国”相关的制裁黑名单。《印度快报》称,中国常驻联合国代表刘结一表示,印度的请求未达到安理会的相关要求。

印度《第一邮报》3日报道称,印度城市发展部部长奈杜当天指责中国的做法。此前一天,印度官方也对此表示不满。路透社援引印度政府发言人维卡斯·斯瓦卢普的话说,“我们认为这是不可理解的”。

上海国际问题研究中心南亚中亚研究所所长王德华4日对《环球时报》记者说,关于“恐怖主义”的定义,全世界至今缺乏统一认识。印度习惯把巴基斯坦在克什米尔地区的武装力量视为恐怖组织,但如果别的国家不这么认为或存有疑惑,是很正常的事情。

英国广播公司3日说,印度指“穆罕默德军”得到巴基斯坦的支持,但伊斯兰堡予以否认。新德里电视台称,中国暂缓印度的申请主要是由于巴基斯坦的请求。法新社报道说,安理会将在4月20日对印度的请求进行正式讨论,届时中国将对是否反对作出决定。

印度在与巴基斯坦有关的问题上向中国发难,并非上述一例。据《今日印度》3日报道,他们获得中国在巴基斯坦建设公路地下隧道和电力设施的视频,地下隧道就在“实际控制线”附近。这些消息没有得到更多证实,但像《今日印度》这样将此认为是“对印度

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