The Superintendent of Police has said that this is an attempt to fume the community as the pamphlets were carrying objectionable content that may result in communal clashes.
Action against terror funding ‘not enough’, FATF subgroup recommends retaining Pakistan in grey list
International Cooperation Review Group(ICRG), a subgroup of FATF, has recommended retaining Pakistan in the 'grey list' citing that Pakistan failed to take appropriate action against terror financers.
Ahead of the FATF plenary meet, Pakistan court convicts 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed, orders jail term in two terror funding cases
Saeed was arrested by the Pakistan government in July last year, following immense pressure from global powers and facing the prospect of a FATF blacklist.
US congressmen warn their govt over possible nexus between American charity organisation and Pakistan-based terror groups
The Congressmen of the US's Republican Party have written the letter to Ambassador Nathan Sales, the coordinator of counter-terrorism in the US State Department.
Pakistan court acquits 3 policemen accused of custodial murder after intervention of LeT chief Hafiz Saeed
Hafiz Saeed helps to release 3 policemen accused of custodial murder by securing the victim's family’s forgiveness
Noose tightens on Pakistan as it fares badly in the FATF-APG report card on money-laundering and terror-financing
In March 2019, the Paris based organisation had also warned Pakistan regarding the increase in suspicious transactions in 2018 and 2019
The NIA has evidence of close ties of Yasin Malik & 4 others with Hafiz Saeed and Syed Salahuddin
Pakistan gets UNSC to allow release of monthly expenses for 26/11 Mumbai terror accused terrorist Hafiz Saeed
Hafiz Saeed's bank accounts are frozen by the Pakistani government complying with the UNSC resolution. Pakistan had requested the UN to let Hafiz Saeed withdraw PKR 1,50,000 (approximately $1,000) to cover necessary basic living expenses for him and his family.
US body commends India for UAPA and designating Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed, Dawood Ibrahim and Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi as terrorists
In a tweet, the United States Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (SCA) commended India for utilising the new legal authority to "designate four notorious terrorists".
Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed, Dawood and Lakhvi declared terrorists under the new UAPA by the Modi govt
The anti-terror UAPA Amendment Bill 2019 was recently passed by the Indian Parliament.