Hafiz Saeed’s Political Party MML declared terrorist organization, 7 leaders also declared as terrorists by USA.
The United States has given a big blow to the mastermind of Mumbai attack and Jamaat-ud-Dawa gangster Hafiz Saeed. America has declared the Mili Muslim League (MLM) Hafiz Saeed’s political party as a terrorist organization. That is, how Hafiz Saeed’s political party Milli Muslim League has joined the list of terrorist organizations in the United States, on which he can’t take strong action. Along with this, the United States has termed Huffiz party’s seven leaders as terrorists.
The US government has identified Pakistan-based terrorist groups in the list of intimidating organizations that are banned globally. On April 2, the US proposed amendment to include Pakistan-based militant organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Tehrik-e-Azadi-A Kashmir (Tajak) in the list of terrorist organizations. On behalf of the Trump administration, it has been said that these parties are not only working in Pakistan but they have not been banned in any way. The US has also included the Tehrik-i-Azadi-e-Kashmir (TAJK) in the list of terrorist groups. TAJK is said to be a frontline for the Lashkar-e-Taiba, which according to the Trump administration is carrying out its activities without any stoppage in Pakistan. Let’s say that Hafiz Saeed is trying to land in active politics of Pakistan. MLM could contest elections in Pakistan, so Hafiz had applied for registration in the Election Commission, although this commission rejected this application. Earlier on March 23, MLM had also released its manifesto in Lahore. The Election Commission, of course, had refused to register Hafiz’s party, but the Islamabad High Court has cleared the way for Hafiz’s entry into politics. The US says that Lashkar-e-Taiba is working independently in Pakistan. America has come to accept that Hafiz is making public rallies in Pakistan. Not only did Pakistan make any million claims, but America has acknowledged that Hafiz and his party are giving training to people for terrorist attacks.