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Hafiz Saeed not allowed to lead Eid prayers at his 'favourite' venue in Lahore

In the past Saeed not only led the prayers but also propagated his views especially on Kashmir before a large gathering of people assembled on such religious festivals.

Pakistan authorities arrest three JuD members from Punjab province

On February 21, the Pakistan government announced it had banned the JuD and FIF, amid intense global pressure to rein in the militant groups following the February 14 Pulwama terror attack that killed 40 CRPF jawans.


Hafiz Saeed's brother-in-law arrested for hate speech in Pakistan

Abdul Rehman Makki is accused of hate speech against the crackdown and criticising steps taken by the government under the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) guidelines, the report said.

India criticises lack of transparency in decision-making in UNSC's Sanctions Committees

Last month, government sources in New Delhi said that the United Nations rejected an appeal of 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to remove his name from its list of banned terrorists.

Pakistan seeks UN probe into disclosure of Hafiz Saeed's info to Indian news agency

This is one of the rare occasions when a country has written to the United Nations seeking a probe into publishing of happenings at the world body.

UN heat on Pakistan, rejects Hafiz Saeed delisting plea

Saeed, who was listed as a terrorist in the UNSC Resolution 1267 sanctions committee, had appealed against the UN decision through Lahore-based law firm Mirza and Mirza in 2017, while he was still under house arrest in Pakistan.


Pakistan: Govt confiscates Hafiz Saeed's properties in Punjab, Sindh provinces

The surge in operations against proscribed organisations comes in the wake of Indian government handing over dossier demanding strict actions against Jaish-e-Mohammad, responsible for Pulwama attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel on February 14.

UN rejects Hafiz Saeed's plea for removal from list of banned terrorists

The UN decision came after India provided detailed evidence, including "highly confidential information", related to the JuD leader's activities, sources told the news agency.

Pak authorities take control over 56 seminaries, facilities of JuD, FIF in Sindh

The confiscation of properties of JuD and FIF comes after Pakistan formally placed them in the list of banned organisations on Tuesday.

Kartarpur talks on schedule: Masood son, brother held, Hafiz Saeed’s outfits in banned list

The Pakistan delegation will travel to Delhi for the corridor talks on March 14 and the Indian team will travel to Islamabad on March 28, a Pakistan government statement said.

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Licenses Of Weapons Issued To Hafiz Saeed & His Aides Cancelled By Pakistan

Pakistan has cancelled the licenses of 44 weapons issued to JuD chief Hafiz Saeed and other members of his organisations, citing security reasons. An official of the Punjab Home Department said the step has been taken in line with the government’s action against Saeed and his organisations – the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and the Falaha-e-Insanyat (FIF).

Pakistan Likely To File FIR Against Jamaat-u-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed

An FIR will be registered against Jamaat-u-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, a senior Pakistani minister has said, without clarifying under which case the Mumbai attack mastermind would be booked. “Action against Saeed has been taken after taking all institutions on board. The government has put Saeed under house arrest for the time being but an FIR […]


Jamaat-ud-Dawah Chief Hafiz Saeed Placed Under House Arrest

Mumbai terror attacks mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed has been placed under house arrest. This was reported by Pakistan media quoting sources in Punjab’s provincial government. In a video message issued before his arrest, Saeed blamed the bonhomie between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump for the latest action. He also […]

Nitish demands proof on Rajnath’s JNU remark

Patna, Feb 15 (ANI): Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday demanded proof from Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for putting the onus of Jawaharlal Nehru University row on LeT chief Hafiz Saeed. Kumar added that instead of making such baseless allegations, the people who raised anti-national slogans in the university must be identified. Kumar further stated that in 2019 General Assembly elections, people will throw them out seeing the way they are running the country.

Rajnath relies on a 'fake' Twitter handle: Prakash Karat

New Delhi, Feb 15 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Prakash Karat on Monday visited the JNU campus to express solidarity with the protesting students. Taking potshots at Home Minister Rajnath Singh's statement that JNU incident was supported by Hafiz Saeed, he said that Home Minister relies on a 'fake' Twitter handle. He further said that they were not perturbed by some unwarranted elements imposing the label of 'anti-national' on them. Karat added that they are prepared to face everything and are not worried about being labelled anti-national or something.

Why people are acting as Saeed’s lawyer, ask BJP

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday attacked people for questioning the authenticity of Hafiz Saeed’s hand in JNU row and asked why they have become the lawyer of the LeT chief. BJP spokesperson SudhanshuTrivedi stressed that instead of being sensitive to national security, they (Opposition) are hell bent on tarnishing the image of the country. Calling the demand of such people as unfortunate and condemnable, Trivedi said the basis on which the government decides is not a subject of political discourse.


JNU row: Yechury demand evidence about Rajnath's Hafiz Saeed claim

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sitaram Yechury on Sunday questioned Home Minister Rajnath Singh's claim that event about Afzal Guru in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus had the support of LeT chief Hafiz Saeed. The CPI (M) politburo member further asserted that if the Home Minister managed to bring up any evidence of 'anti-national' or terrorist activity in the varsity, then the CPI (M) will support necessary action in national interest. Amid a massive faceoff over the JNU controversy, Singh earlier alleged that 'anti-national' protests in the JNU campus had the backing of the LeT chief Hafiz Saeed.