Pakistan again bowed under all-round pressure, Hafeez Saeed’s organization Jamaat-ud-Dawa and FIF also banned

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Within a few hours of taking custody of 44 terrorists, including two brothers of Jaish gangster Masood Azhar due to all-round diplomatic pressure, Pakistan has banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa and the Falah-e-Insanity Foundation. The special thing is that on March 4, Pakistan had placed JUD in the watch list, but it was banned within a day.

Pakistan is now pretending to take custody of terrorists in order to save their own self-respect in the eyes of its terrorists and the eyes of the world. While the truth is that terrorism is still hanging in Pakistan. But now under the all-round diplomatic pressure, within a few hours of taking custody of 44 terrorists, including two brothers of Jaish gangster Masood Azhar, Pakistan has banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa and the Falah-e-Insanity Foundation. The special thing is that on March 4, Pakistan had placed JUD in the watch list, but it was banned within a day.

The ban was removed from these two organizations of the terrorists of the Mumbai attack Hafiz Saeed just a few days back. Hafiz Saeed runs around 300 religious educational institutions and schools, hospitals, publishing houses and ambulance service through these two organizations. Earlier in Pakistan, banned action was being done on several occasions in JUD, but at times it has been court against the government’s decision.

Hafiz Saeed declared the United Nations a terrorist and announced a reward of 10 million dollars on it. In 2012, the LeT was banned. After that Hafiz created Jamat Uday Dawa and the Falah A Insaniat Foundation to run his terrorist activities and carried out his nefarious activities under their guise. Due to the promotion of terrorist activities on Pakistan’s land, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) of the US and European countries put this neighboring country in its gray list.

 

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