Foreign Minister S Jaishankar took a veiled dig at China on Thursday over the blacklisting of a JeM terrorist and said some countries have facilitated impunity “when it comes to sanctions against some of the world’s most feared terrorists.” During the UN Security Council’s briefing on Ukraine’s ‘Fight against impunity’, the minister said that politics should never provide a cover to evade liability. “Nor indeed to facilitate impunity. Unfortunately, we’ve seen this in this room lately, when it comes to punishing some of the world’s most feared terrorists.” “If blatant attacks go unpunished in broad daylight, this Council must reflect on the signals we are sending about impunity. There must be consistency if we are to ensure credibility,” he added. China earlier this month put on hold a proposal submitted by the US to the United Nations and co-sponsored by India to designate Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist Sajid Mir, one of India’s most wanted terrorists. and the main handler of 2008 Mumbai attack, as a global terrorist.