India blames Pak for harbouring terrorism

India blames Pak for harbouring terrorism

India blames Pak for harbouring terrorism

Lawyers of the JBA assembled at the High Court complex and raised slogans and tore Pakistani flags and later set them afire.

In May 2008, the United States Department of the Treasury designated Saeed as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.

The orders were passed after the officials failed to convince the court that the release of Hafiz Saeed would result in diplomatic and financial problems in Pakistan. Saeed and his four aides had been under house arrest since January under the Anti-Terrorism Act.

Saeed's counsel AK Dogar had informed the judicial review board that the JuD chief had been held illegally to oblige the United States. He further demanded that Indian Army should strike again the areas where Pakistani agencies and terrorists organisations are providing trainings to terrorists in different camps for terror activities in whole of the world.

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Asserting that Hafiz Saeed's release confirms Pakistan's policy of shielding "non-state actors", the Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday said that it reflects Islamabad's "lack of seriousness" to act against "proscribed terrorists".

U.S. today reminded Pakistan that Hafiz Saeed is a "designated global terrorist" by the United Nations, just hours after a Pakistan Judicial Review Board in Punjab refused to extend the detention of the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief.

"The government is ordered to release JuD chief Hafiz Saeed if he is not wanted in any other case", PTI quoted the board as saying. JuD is believed to be the front organization for the banned LeT.

On Wednesday, the Judicial Review Board of Pakistan's Punjab province ordered Saeed's release in the reported absence of any evidence from the Pakistan government to back its charge that Saeed was a threat to security. "The military folks over the years have not made the case to me that we should continue military support to Pakistan", Republican Congressman Ted Poe said last week. Replying to a question on whether the Donald Trump administration has been soft on dealing with terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Kumar called the observation wrong and said both India and the United States were on the "same page" in combating terrorism.

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