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Vindicated, Says India, As US Puts Hafiz Saeed’s Party On Terror List

Vindicated, Says India, As US Puts Hafiz Saeed’s Party On Terror List

Fear monger people and elements are permitted to change names and keep on operating unreservedly from an area under Pakistan’s control, said India

Vindicated, Says India, As US Puts Hafiz Saeed's Party On Terror List
The US has also designated seven members of Hafiz Saeed’s party as foreign terrorists

NEW DELHI: Welcoming the choice of the United States to name the Pakistan-based Milli Muslim League, a political gathering coasted by Mumbai assault plan Hafiz Saeed, a psychological militant gathering, India today said the move reflects dismissal of endeavors being made in Pakistan to standard fear based oppressor people and substances.

The outer issues service said it vindicates India’s position that Pakistan has not made viable move against fear based oppressor gatherings and people.

“It is likewise perception of the way that fear monger people and substances are permitted to change names and keep on operating unreservedly from an area under Pakistan’s control,” said Raveesh Kumar, the service’s representative.

The move comes a day after the Election Commission of Pakistan requested that the MML deliver a freedom testament by the inside service for its enrollment as a political gathering. General races in Pakistan are booked to be held in July.

The commission had before rejected MML’s application looking for enlistment as a political gathering after the inside service questioned its ties with prohibited dread gatherings.

Other than putting MML on its rundown of remote psychological militant associations, the US state division today additionally assigned seven individuals from the gathering’s authority as outside fear mongers.

The US likewise included Tehreek-e-Azadi-e-Kashmir (TAJK) to its rundown of psychological militant gatherings. TAJK is said to be a front of the fear gathering of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

“Both MML and TAJK are LeT fronts made to go around the authorizations against it (LeT)…Today’s revisions train in on LeT’s endeavors to dodge endorses and delude people in general about its actual character,” said Nathan A Sales, Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the Department of State.

(This Story Originaitng From NDTV)

Sanjay Bhagat

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Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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