ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has banned organization of hafiz saeed due to the pressure of the international community including a global monitoring body to kerb terrorism and its funding, a new organisation of Jamaat-Ud-Dawa, a terrorist group of Hafiz Saeed, was launched in Tehrik-e-Azadi Jammu Kashmir has been banned secretly. After the seizure of Saeed for 90 days in Lahore, on February 5, on Kashmir Day, on the day of flooding of the banner across Pakistan and rallies in support of Kashmir’s independence, the identity of Jamat-Ud-Dawa as a new impersonal organisation was achieved.
The 2008 Mumbai attack chief had given such hints a week before his detention that he could establish a Tehreek to speed up Kashmir’s freedom campaign. 166 people were killed in the Mumbai attack. The introduction of Jamaat-Ud-Dawa as a newer trainee shows that Saeed has worked on how to stand up again after the action on the Jamaat-Ud-Dawa and the associated Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation. Could. According to the list available on the website of the National Anti-Terrorism Authority of Pakistan, on June 8, before the meeting of Financial Action Force (FATF) in Spain, the Jamaat Ud Dawa claim was put on the list of prohibited organisations. According to the report of The Nation, Jamaat-Ud-Dawa convened a meeting on Monday to discuss the ban on its new front.
In the list of banned organisations, including the 26/11 attacks in India and many other attacks, Jash-e-Mohammed, al-Qaeda, Tehrik-e-Taliban and Jamaat-Ud-Dawa armed unit Lashkar-e-Taiba, 64 Other organisations are also involved. According to a report published in a Pakistani newspaper on Saturday, “Pakistan is on the radar of FATF over this issue that it is not following the restrictions against the listed organisations.In this year India raised the issue of organisation. International pressure is mounting on the Pakistani government to act on terror networks and their fronts. However, according to the news, Pakistan officials expect Pakistan to come out of these difficulties.
The United Nations placed Jamaat-ud-Dawa in its surveillance list in 2008. TAJK was banned on June 8, a day before the Shanghai Cooperation Organization conference in Kazakhstan’s capital, Astana. India had put pressure on SCO members to kerb the funding of terrorist organizations and their fronts at this conference. Last week, the US had declared Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist. This announcement was made when the first bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump was to be held a few hours later.