Terrorist Hafiz Saeed will be released after FATF meeting

Feb 15 2020 10:09 AM
Terrorist Hafiz Saeed will be released after FATF meeting

Lahore: Most wanted terrorist Hafiz Saeed is going to be released after hearing of Financial Action Task Force (FATF). According to news agency ANI, informed sources have said that Hafiz was deliberately left loopholes in the order to arrest him, from which he can be released anytime. At the same time, Yash is also being told that the counsel for the mastermind of the Mumbai terror attack said that he will move the Lahore High Court against this decision.

According to Pakistani media, Saeed's lawyer argues that Saeed has been arrested under pressure before the FATF meeting. Apart from this, there is no other reason to arrest him. According to reports, apart from abroad, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jamaat-ud Dawa have tried to create instability. It has been learned that the Jamaat-ud-Dawa-led Lashkar has maintained links with the Afghan Taliban and al-Qaeda as well as elements developing in the Punjabi Taliban.

Question on the action taken against Saeed: It is also being said that despite the prosecution of terrorist groups in Pakistan, their leaders and cadres work regularly, which would have questioned the action taken against Saeed. is. According to news agency ANI, informed sources said that Pakistan Army continues to provide training and funds to these terrorist organizations and they are used against their neighbors, India and Afghanistan. Many of these organizations are engaged in the trade of illegal drugs and earn huge revenue for their cadres.

FATF meeting in Paris from 16 February: For your information, let us know that FATF meeting in Paris from 16 February 2020 will decide whether Pakistan should finally be blacklisted if it fails to take action against terror. In June 2018, the Government of Pakistan committed to work with the FATF to address the deficiencies. But in October 2019, a review by the Inter-Governmental Organization revealed a shortcoming by the Government of Pakistan in removing terrorist financing.

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