JuD News

Hafiz Saeed’s JuD, FIF no longer in Pakistan banned list

According to a list updated on September 5 on the National Counter Terrorism Authority's website, 66 organisations have been banned in the Pakistan and the JuD and FIF are not among them

Pakistan begins seizure of JuD's assets, Hafiz Saeed says will move court against govt order 'to please India'

The development comes after Pakistan's Interior Ministry issued a notification on Wednesday, requiring authorities to immediately seize the assets of Hafiz Saeed's JuD and FIF.


Pakistan police removes barricades placed by Jamaat-ud Dawah outside group's headquarters

The Jamaat-ud Dawah is believed to be the front organisation for the LeT which is responsible for carrying out the Mumbai attack that killed 166 people. It has been declared as a foreign terrorist organisation by the United States in June 2014.

Action against JuD, FIF not taken under US pressure: Pakistan Minister

Pakistan has banned Saeed-led JuD and FIF from collecting donations on Monday, after President Donald Trump accused Islamabad of providing 'safe haven' to terrorists.

Hafiz Saeed-led JuD running 'Sharia Court' in Lahore to settle civil cases

The JuD has set up the 'Sharia Court' with its headquarters at Jamia Qadsia, Chauburji, under a Qazi (judge) who is assisted by Khadmins (court associates) to decide complaints.

Hafiz Saeed asks govt to curb foreign bid to bolster IS in Pakistan

"The foreign elements are hatching a conspiracy to strengthen Daesh in Pakistan. The government will have to be vigilant and foil any such effort to begin with," Saeed said.


Not just Andrabi, Geelani also ‘addressed’ JuD rally in Pakistan

Hurriyat chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani, too, addressed the rally over phone from Srinagar.

Shiv Sena blasts Pakistan for helping Hafiz Saeed-led JuD

Terming Pakistan’s support for the two-day congregation of the Hafiz Saeed-led JuD in Lahore as a conspiracy to support the terrorists, the Shiv Sena on Friday said India will have to make its own plans for capturing the terrorist leader without any outside support. “India should understand that Pakistan will not hand over Hafiz Saeed […]

India slams Pak for backing Saeed

Pak govt is said to be running two special trains to transport people to Lahore for the terror group’s congregation.

Did not meet Hafiz Saeed as govt envoy: Pratap Vaidik

Vaidik also defended his action, saying he has been meeting all kinds of people and it was a "simple thing" for him.