Pakistan places JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's name on its Exit Control List

Pakistan places JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's name on its Exit Control List

Pakistan places JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's name on its Exit Control List

Other government officials have said recently that a broader diplomatic campaign - pushed by India - to isolate Pakistan over its perceived failure to stamp out militancy has taken a toll, even involving pressure from long-time ally China.

Salahuddin, chairman of United Jihad Council (UJC), said in a statement that, "Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has not only been urging the global community to break its criminal silence on Kashmir, but he has also been exposing the atrocities of India's imperialistic regime".

The opposition, led by cricketer-turned-politican Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, said the Sharif government has taken the step on the pressure of US President Donald Trump and Modi government.

The ministry has forwarded a letter to all provincial governments and the Federal Investigation Agency, which included names of all 38 individuals placed on the ECL.

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"The worldwide community should take note and understand that Pakistan is a democratic society where judiciary takes free, independent and transparent decisions. The relevant department may give more information in a day or two and the situation will become clearer", military spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said.

"Anyone who is a friend of the U.S.is a traitor!" chanted about 150 members of Saeed's Islamic charity Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) in the southern city of Karachi.

"House arrest of Hafiz Saeed to please India is unacceptable", read a big banner. New Delhi has demanded Islamabad take measures against all Pakistan suspects involved in acts of terror in India.

In connection with Saeed's role in Mumbai terror attacks, the USA had, in 2012, offered a reward of $10 million for information leading to his arrest. The Lahore high court had ordered his release in June 2009 after the government failed to establish a case against him.

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According to Indian officials, "Pakistan has played the game of putting him under arrest whenever there has been global pressure, and then releasing him after the pressure eases off, mostly after court's orders". This has been made into an issue by India, which is blackmailing Pakistan through the United States of America.

"Hafiz Muhammad Saeed was supporting freedom movement of Kashmiris while Falah e Insaniat Foundation (FIF) has done great work in disasters".

Hafiz Saeed is alleged by India to have orchestrated series of bombings and shootings in Mumbai in 2008 including seige of Taj Mahal Hotel for over three days by operatives of militant outfits that claimed at least 164 lives and wounded over 300 persons.

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