Pakistan detains relatives of JeM militant leader

Pakistan has detained dozens of suspected militants following the attack in Indian-administered Kashmir which sparked a crisis with India.They include the son and brother of Masood Azhar, founder of militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), which claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing.Officials said 44 suspected militants are in "preventative detention".Pakistan has been under international pressure to crack down on militant networks since the 14 February attack.It triggered a crisis with India that threatened to escalate into military conflict, and Delhi said it had carried out air strikes on a JeM training camp in response. Addressing the militant detentions, Pakistan's Interior Secretary Azam Suleman Khan told the BBC that ...
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