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Pakistan confesses for the first time that Mumbai blast mastermind and underworld don Dawood

Pakistan confesses for the first time that Mumbai blast mastermind and underworld don Dawood

The country’s economic capital, Mumbai, in the year 1993 bomb after the thirteen explosions, a team was raised. Dawood Ibrahim, the mastermint of this blast, managed to escape from the country and took refuge in Pakistan. India handed Pakistan a list of wanted criminals, including Dawood, several times and demanded action against them. India, with the help of America, had also declared Dawood as a global terrorist. Despite this, Pakistan continues to deny it every time. But for the first time, Pakistan has not only admitted that it lives in Pakistan but has also taken action on it.

Pakistan has taken such major action in its efforts to get out of the gray list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an organization that monitors international terrorist funding. It has imposed stringent financial sanctions on 88 banned terrorist organizations and their mentors including Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar and Dawood Ibrahim. This information has been given in a news on Saturday. That is, Pakistan, which till now has been disrespectful to underworld don Dawood, has now imposed restrictions on him.

According to the news, orders have been given to seize all the assets of these terrorist organizations and their masters and seal the bank accounts. In June 2018, the Paris-based FATF put Pakistan on the ‘gray list’ and asked Islamabad to implement the action plan by the end of 2019 but this deadline was extended due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.

The government issued two notifications on August 18, announcing sanctions on Saeed, the Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Azhar and underworld don Ibrahim, the 26/11 Mumbai attack conspirator and Jamaat-ud-Dawa mastermind. Ibrahim has emerged as the most wanted terrorist for India after the 1993 Mumbai bombings.

The Pakistan government has recently banned 88 mentors and members of terrorist groups in compliance with the new list released by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), the Pakistani newspaper ‘The News reported. The sanctions announced in the notifications have been imposed on Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Taliban, Daesh, Haqqani group, Al Qaeda and others.

According to the news, the government has ordered to seize all movable and immovable properties of these organizations and mentors and seal their bank accounts. Saeed, Azhar, Mullah Fazlullah (aka Mulla Radio), Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Muhammad Yahya Mujahid, Abdul Hakim Murad, Noor Wali Mehsud, Fazal Rahim Shah of Uzbekistan Liberation Movement, Taliban leaders Jalaluddin Haqqani, Khalil Ahmed Haqqani, according to the news , And Abraham and his associates are on the list.