Azhar founded JeM in 2000 after a hostage exchange that freed him from an Indian prison in return for 155 people held on a hijacked aircraft.
Beijing had always demonstrated responsibility, and it had been in contact with the parties on the resolution and always taken an appropriate stance, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry said. "Let's see how generous he is", she said. Also, India's growing proximity to the USA, sheltering Dalai Lama, and Pakistan's role in China's One Belt One Road strategy are said to be the reasons for China's protecting Pakistan's interests. "I don't know that can be counted as an evidence".
On the other hand, India exports diamonds, copper, cotton and zinc to China.
While the possibility of a worsening military stand-off between the nuclear-armed neighbors reduced in recent weeks, India has continued to press for action against Masood Azhar, the group's chief. In the dossier that has been submitted to the UNSC, Azhar can be heard talking as the JeM chief. "We hope relevant regional countries will cooperate to cope with the threat of terrorism and jointly uphold regional peace and stability".
Another way for western powers to blacklist Azhar would be through the adoption of a Security Council resolution, which needs nine votes in favor and no vetoes by Russia, China, the United States, Britain or France to pass.
Although Jaish-e-Muhammed has been blacklisted by the United Nations since 2001, Azhar is not specifically designated as a terrorist, allowing him to raise money for the group through front organisations inside Pakistan, according to Indian and USA officials.
While in Afghanistan, Masood Azhar is thought to have met 9/11 mastermind Osama Bin Laden. "Always support Pakistan in this way is very shameful act". China has even played a crucial role in developing Pakistan's nuclear programme.
Ironically, diplomatic relations between India and China have soured under PM Modi and bilateral trade touched an all-time high of $84.4 billion. This is one of the most important differences between a permanent and a non-permanent member of the United Nations. The signals from Beijing were that they are "consistent" on their position and they wanted a solution "acceptable to all".
The decision on March 13 is of particular significance owing to mounting pressure from countries like the United States and UK. "Be assured that India will win the fight against terror".More news: WWE Fastlane Results, Rumors On Road To Wrestlemania