Pakistan bans Hafez Saeed’s Jamat-ud-Dawah and its charity organization


Islamabad — The terror outfit Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD) led by Hafiz Saeed, has been banned by the new Pakistan Government under Imran Khan, along with its child-organization Falah-e-Insaniat, Ministry of Interior stated.

The outright decision came out when this week Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have made alliance to combat terrorism, and to stop every terror-funding channel.

Also, Saudi Arabia promised India to de-escalate the rising tensions between India and Pakistan.

“It was decided during the meeting to accelerate action against proscribed organisations,” a statement later issued by the Ministry of Interior read.

“It was further decided that Jamat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation be notified as proscribed organizations by the Ministry of Interior,” the statement added.

The two organizations have been on the hit-list of Interior Ministry, despite JuD ran for general elections last year under it’s child-organization “Allahu Akbar Tehreek”. Unfortunately, it could not sustain a single seat, while Saeed himself led the campaigns amd election rallies.

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