After Pakistan, India will try to expose China on terrorism

New Delhi: India is likely to confront China on the issue of terrorism at the forthcoming BRICS Summit in Goa on October 15 and 16. India wants China to spell outs it stand on terrorism in the backdrop of China blocking India's effort of getting Masood Azhar declared a UN designated terrorist for the second time. India will also try to expose China by asking tough questions about the rationale of supporting Pakistan, which is backing terrorists like Hafiz Sayeed and Masood Azhar and supporting terror camps in Pok, where China has presence.
On Monday Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui had met NSA Ajit Doval.

China had recently blocked India's entry into Nuclear Supply Group followed by blocking of Brahmaputra waters flowing into India.