India revokes MFN status to Pakistan in Pulwama attack fallout: What it means


In a major diplomatic move, India on Friday withdrew the most favoured nation MFN) status accorded to Pakistan in its bid to convey a strong message to the country in the aftermath of Pulwama terror strike.

The decision to revoke the MFN status to Pakistan was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence in New Delhi early this morning.

The CCS meet was called to discuss the security situation in the Kashmir Valley and frame broad strategy to meet the challenges posed by terrorism in the state. Briefing media on the CCS meet, which is rarely done, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely talked about India having “incontrovertible evidence” against Pakistan to link it with Pulwama terror attack. Read More

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