Hafiz Saeed was noticed roaming in an SUV in Pakistan. Pakistan continues to be giving preferential remedy to Mumbai assault mastermind and Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed regardless of his sentencing in two terror-financing instances. A Lahore anti-terrorism courtroom sentenced Hafiz Saeed to 10-year imprisonment in two terror-financing instances.

In accordance with the sources, the Counter-Terrorism Division officers are treating Saeed as a VIP. He was slapped with a jail sentence of five-and-a-half years and a nice of Rs. 15,000 in every case. The sentence of each instances will run concurrently. The courtroom additionally granted him the good thing about Part 382-B of the Code of Felony Process (discount of the interval of sentence of imprisonment). Malik Zafar Iqbal, the secretary of Al-Anfaal Belief, has additionally been convicted in the identical instances and has been awarded comparable punishment, as reported by Daybreak.

Hafiz Saeed receives VIP treatment in Pakistan
The Indian Specific

They had been convicted below the Anti-Terrorism Act Part 11-F(2); pertaining to membership, assist, and conferences referring to a proscribed organisation and 11-N (punishment below Sections 11-H to 11-Okay).

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Part 11-H pertains to fundraising for the aim of terrorism, 11-I is concerning the use and possession of many or different property for terrorism, 11-J pertains to funding preparations which lead to cash being made obtainable for terrorism, whereas 11-Okay pertains to cash laundering.

The courtroom additionally ordered that Saeed’s properties be confiscated. The Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief was arrested on 17th July 2019; on the Kamoke toll plaza, about 50 km north of Lahore. The US has positioned a $10 million bounty on the UN-designated terrorist Saeed. The courtroom has ordered their properties to be seized. The counter-terrorism division has registered 41 instances towards JuD leaders.

Again in July, the highest 13 members of the JuD, together with Saeed, had been booked in almost two dozen instances for terror financing and cash laundering below Pakistan’s Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), 1997.

Subsequently, Saeed was arrested from Gujranwala on expenses of terror financing by the Punjab Counter-Terrorism Division (CTD).