Pakistan: Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed sentenced to 15 years for terror financing

 

Lahore, Pakistan: Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) boss, Hafiz Saeed was on Friday condemned to 15 years and a half year detainment by an enemy of psychological oppression court (ATC), detailed Express Tribune. 


The Mumbai dread assault plan was indicted on the charges of fear financing for dealing with the resources of a banished association, and help in raising the assets. 


The ATC additionally relinquished property controlled by Saeed, other than forcing a fine of Rs 110,000 on him. As per the subtleties delivered by the banished outfit, those sentenced would likewise need to pay a fine of Rs 200,000 each, revealed Express Tribune. 


ATC additionally gave over disciplines to Hafiz Abdul Salam, Zafar Iqbal, Muhammad Ashraf and Yahya Mujahid to 15 years and half year detainment, though half year detainment was given over to Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki, it revealed. 


The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) had enrolled the bodies of evidence against the convicts under Section 11-N of Anti-Terrorism Act 1997. The convicts submitted psychological oppression financing by overseeing resources of a restricted association and aided raise reserves. Prior on November 19, ATC had sentenced Hafiz Saeed and three others in two separate dread financing cases, revealed Express Tribune.

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