Makki, declared a global terrorist, released the video

Makki, declared a global terrorist, released the video: Said- India spread rumours about me, I never met Laden and Aljawahiri

Jan 20, 2023 - 12:00
Makki, declared a global terrorist, released the video

After being declared a global terrorist by the United Nations (UN), Abdul Rehman Makki released a video of himself from Kot Lakhpat Jail in Pakistan.
Makki has said in the video that the allegations on the basis of which he has been declared a global terrorist are all rumours spread by the Government of India. Makki said he had never met Osama bin Laden or Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Pakistan Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Abdul Rehman Makki rejected the allegations of his links with terrorist organizations Al Qaeda and Islamic State. He said that the ideology of these two terrorist organizations is completely different from his. Makki, accused of several terror attacks, also said that he condemns all attacks carried out by Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Like all terrorists of Pakistan, Makki also dragged Kashmir in his video. He said that he fully agreed with the stand taken by Pakistan on Kashmir. On the decision to declare himself a global terrorist, Makki accused the UNSC that the correct process was not followed.
Terrorist Abdul Rehman Makki has also denied in his video that he met Al Qaeda and Afghan commanders in the year 1980 while being a faculty member at the Islamic University of Islamabad. Imprisoned in the jail of Punjab state of Pakistan since 2019. In the year 2020, Makki has also been convicted of two terrorist attacks.
India's Permanent Representative and Ambassador to the United Nations Syed Akbaruddin gave his reaction after Abdul Rehman Makki was declared a global terrorist. He said that this is creating an understanding in the world that China cannot stop India. He said that there are many more who have to be declared as global terrorists.
The committee that declared Abdul Rahman a global terrorist had held him responsible for several attacks in India. In which the attack on the Red Fort on 22 December 2000 was also included. 6 terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba entered the Red Fort and opened fire on the security forces. Three people including two army personnel were killed in this attack.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer