US pressure threatened Pakistan, Hafiz Saeed kept under close scrutiny for 6 months

Lahore: Lashkar-e-Taiba's chief Hafiz Saeed has taken into the custody and been kept into the close scrutiny for 6 months. Resource say that Pakistan has taken the strict action, as America announced the 'immigration law'. But, recent statements of Pakistan state that, they don't want any kind of war against India but this doesn't mean that they are weak.

The house arrest warrant was released after the order given by Pakistan's Ministry of Interior about to take action against 'Falah-E-Insaniyat' and 'Jamaat-ud-Dawa'.

Along with Hafiz Saeed, four other members were taken into custody- Abdullah Ubaid, Zafar Iqbal, Abdur Rehman Abid and Quazi Kashif Niaz. Hafiz was involved in many of the terrorist activities and Pakistan stated, "The action is taken to secure National peace and harmony".

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