Despite house arrest, Hafiz Saeed to launch JuD as a political party on 14 August

Despite house arrest, Hafiz Saeed to launch JuD as a political party on 14 August

Despite house arrest, Hafiz Saeed to launch JuD as a political party on 14 August

While Pakistan has extended the house arrest of the head of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (Thu) Hafiz Saeed in two months, there have emerged reports on the desire to reconnect Saeed its terrorist organization for political party launch.

The Mumbai 2008 attack project is set to change the name of the new team as “Milli Muslim League of Pakistan” and register with the Electoral Commission of Pakistan, according to a CNN-News18 report. He must also launch his party on August 14, Pakistan’s Independence Day in Lahore.

Saeed had close relations with the Pakistani army and the ISI. According to Oneindia, one of the posters for the brand’s dress reads as follows: “Hamari Siyasat, Khidmat Insaniyat (Our policy is to serve humanity).”
The development comes as Pakistan’s attack with political instability after the ousting of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The future of the PML-N government is still uncertain.

Although initial reports indicated Sharif’s brother Shehbaz Sharif was named prime minister after being elected to the National Assembly on Wednesday reports suggest Shahid Khaqan Abbasi should continue until the 2018 election.

Saeed under house arrest since January 31 and four of his aides, after years of free life in Pakistan. Despite being confined, he remains an influential person in certain religious groups in Pakistan.

However, every time he is under house arrest, Pakistani courts rule in his favor. The courts say that the intelligence services against him are not admissible as evidence in court, and maintaining house arrest is “unconstitutional,” The Quintranger.

Outgoing Pakistan High Commissioner for India Abdul Basit said: “We are trying to get more evidence of this and if we find that there is enough evidence available to prove, it will do.”

Pakistan claims to have banned Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET), but after the attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001, it emerged as Jamaat-ud Dawa (Jue). The United Nations recognized JuD as a Lashkar political front.

Ministers have been seen at the public events he organized in Islamabad. Holding Saeed continues to carry out demonstrations against India and the United States in Pakistan openly.

Saeed is on the most sought after list of India and the United States. Washington has even announced a $ 10 million reward for information leading to its arrest and conviction.

Action leader JuD Abdul Rehman Makki has launched a “secret campaign” to collect weapons to target law enforcement personnel in Pakistan, according to a report by the Department Against Terrorism in Punjab police.

Makki also expressed his dissatisfaction with the Pakistani government, saying that the government does not fulfill its duty to the cause of Kashmir.

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