Great news from Pakistan is coming. The Imran Khan government has taken action against Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed and his 12 associates. Apart from this, action has also been taken against four organizations for funding terrorists. Government of India is keeping an eye on this action of the Pakistan government. The Government of India says that we have seen such an action before, now it is necessary to see how long these actions will continue. According to media reports, the Pakistan government has filed a case against Hafiz Saeed and its other members for funding terrorism. The Punjab Anti-Terrorism Department has taken this action against the banned organization of Hafiz.
Under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, a case has been registered against five banned organizations against the Dammanul Irshad Trust in Lahore, Gujranwala and Multan, Moje Bin Jawal Trust, Al-Anfal Trust, Al-Madina Foundation Trust and Alhamad Trust. Among those who have been nominated includes Hafiz Saeed, Abdul Rehman Makki, Amir Hamza and Muhammad Yahya Ajiz. The allegations against these people are funding for terrorism in the name of charity.
Earlier, in May, Hafiz Saeed's sister-in-law was arrested for giving hate speech and criticizing the Pakistan government. Abdul Rehman McKay, in charge of the political and international affairs of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, and the charity unit of the organization, Falah-e-Inaasiat, was arrested by the police while taking action against the banned organizations. On Makki, Gujranwala was arrested for speaking against the action and criticizing the Pakistan Government for taking steps according to the guidelines of the Financial Action Action Force (FATF). FATF is an intergovernmental entity, which takes action against money laundering and funding of terrorism.