"He is an internationally proscribed terrorist who is engaged in numerous terror acts of terrorism not just at India but also at India's neighbour. and he needs to be brought to justice as soon as possible", ministry of external affairs (MEA) spokesperson Vikas Swarup said while addressing the media in New Delhi.
India on Thursday said that Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was an internationally proscribed terrorist and needed to be brought to justice soon.
In a move that may spell further trouble for an already isolated Pakistan, former president and military dictator General Pervez Musharraf has demanded the release of 26/11 attacks mastermind and chief militant of Jammat-ud-Dawa (JuD) Hafiz Saeed who has been placed under house arrest by the provincial government. "Hafiz Saeed should definitely be freed". They are not terrorists, they run a very fine NGO, they contribute to relief activities in post quake and post floods periods in Pakistan. "So they should be dealt separately", he was quoted telling a local television channel.
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He stated that Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation (FIF) was a proof sufficient to this effect.
Musharraf also accused India's armed forces of terrorism in Kashmir and added that the JuD was banned by the United Nations only because of India's insistence. Saeed carries a reward of $10 million announced by the United States.
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The Jamatud Dawa (JuD) has appealed to the interior ministry to lift the travel restrictions against its chief Hafiz Saeed and 37 other workers if it wanted "no terrorism activity in Pakistan".
It was said that Punjab government's action had come amidst pressure on Pakistan from the Donald Trump administration that it must take action against JuD and Saeed to avoid sanctions.
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