Hafiz's 'jihad' threat in Kashmir part of terror agenda

Posted November 27, 2017

If Pakistan doesn't detain and charge Saeed, "its inaction will have repercussions for bilateral relations and for Pakistan's global reputation", the White House said in its statement.

Chief of the banned outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD), Hafiz Saeed, had been under house arrest since January.

Saeed was put under house arrest after the Mumbai terror attack in November 2008 but he was freed by court in 2009. While the world reacted harshly, Saeed celebrated his release with candies and cake cutting in Pakistan.

It also called Saeed a "notorious terrorist" and pointed out that "a clear worldwide consensus" exists regarding Saeed's culpability - he was designated by the United Nations under UN Security Council Resolution 1267 in December 2008 and the Department of the Treasury has designated him a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.

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Voicing "deep concern" over the release of 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed from house arrest, the United States on Friday asked Pakistan to arrest and charge the Lashkar-e-Tayyeba chief who for years has been carrying a USA bounty of $10 million on his head.

The Dawn report says that Hafiz Saeed accused India of "funding and fueling terrorism and extremism in Pakistan" and claimed that evidences were available to substantiate this.

Saeed, who has a $ 10 million bounty by America on his head for terror activities, was freed by Pakistan yesterday. "They play everyone, whether it's China or the terrorists or us". He heads Islamic charity Jamaat-ud-Dawa, which the U.S. says is a front for Lashkar-e-Taiba. Sharif is ousted from the prime minister house because he committed treason with Kashmiris.

Hundreds of his supporters had gathered outside his house and showered rose petals on Saeed as he came out on Friday morning.

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The United States today engages in extensive economic, social, and scientific assistance as well as vital military relations with Pakistan, which is believed to own a stockpile of 80 to 100 nuclear weapons.

Saeed has consistently denied any involvement in the Mumbai attacks.

While some in Pakistan may wish to see Mr Saeed placed on trial, there is widespread suspicion among Indian and U.S. officials that he still retains close links to the country's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), which has been long blamed for sponsoring numerous cross-border attacks on Indian targets. "India has always leveled allegations of terrorism...but (Lahore) High Court decision has proved that all of India's propaganda are false", Saeed said.

The campaign appeared to produce some success this year when Pakistani security forces assisted with the release of a Taliban-held US-Canadian family after five years in captivity.

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