Pakistan jem chief jihadist leader Masood Azhar bed ridden for life threatening ailment
Masood Azhar, the head of Pakistan's terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed, has become so diseased and ill that made him bed ridden, that is, he will stay on bed for more than a year with life threatning treatment. Media reports quoting that Indian intelligence officials have revealed that Azhar is a victim of such a disease which can not be cured much early. He has trouble with spinal cord and kidney.
However, due to his illness, the work of the Jehadi organization has now been split between his two younger brothers Raouf Asghar and Athar Ibrahib. These two will continue jihadist attacks on India and Afghanistan.
According to media reports, 50 years of Azhar is being treated at Military Hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. He may have to stay at bed for at least one and a half years.
An Indian official involved in the anti-terror campaign said that India's work has become easy due to Azhar's illness. Azhar is said to be responsible for the 2001 Parliament attack, the 2005 Ayodhya attack and the 2016 Pathankot airbase attack.
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