Hafiz Saeed, who is considered the mastermind of the Mumbai attacks, was arrested in Lahore, Pakistan.
Hafeez was arrested when he was going to Gujranwala to take bail before being arrested in a case in the Anti-Terrorist Department of Punjab.
After this he was sent to Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore. According to the Anti-Terrorism Department, Hafeez will be presented to the court after 30 days.
Hafeez Saeed is accused of Mumbai attacks. They have been arrested by the Pakistan government on charges of collecting funds for extremism.
A spokesman of Punjab Governor Shahbaz Gill said, "The main allegation on them was that they were mobilizing donations for the banned institutions, which are illegal."
Indeed, this action on Hafeez took place a few days before the visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to Washington so that the Pakistani Prime Minister could send a message against the extremists across the world.
In the first week of July, the case against Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafez Saeed was recorded.
According to the Anti-Terrorism Department, 23 cases were registered in different cities of Punjab against 13 members of Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Phalah-e-Inshnait Foundation, including Hafiz Saeed.
On Monday, the Anti-Terrorist Court of Lahore had granted bail in the case of Jamaat-ud-Dawa by filling up the amount of Rs 50,000 on land use in a non-legal way.
Hafiz Saeed is alleged to have made several non-governmental organizations which are made from money collected for terrorism. Then using them, more money was collected for extremist activities.
Jamaat-ud-Dawa spokesman Ahmed Nadeem told the BBC that he had already filed a petition against the FIR against the Lahore High Court and the court has summoned the reply from July 30th to the Ministry of Home Affairs and Department officials on this.
What are the charges
A statement issued by the Anti-Terrorism Department of Punjab has said that large scale investigations have been initiated in the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Phalah-e-Inneriat Foundation. The money collected through these organizations was used for extremist activities.
These organizations are known as non-governmental organizations or welfare organizations. Such welfare organizations include Davatul Rashad Trust, Maj-bin-Jabal Trust, Illanfal Trust, Al-Hamd Trust and Al-Madina Foundation Trust.
According to the Anti-Terrorism Department, a case will be tried in a special court under the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997, against Hafeez Saeed and 12 others.
Reason for this step of Pakistan
According to Amir Rana, expert of Pakistani security affairs, "From recent cases it is found that Pakistan has accepted the concept of acceptable extremism for the first time in the world."
He said that earlier, Pakistan had divided extremist groups into various forms, such as those who are active in Pakistan or not, and they are directly threatening Pakistan. In a recent meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris, Pakistan had said that these organizations are not involved in extremist activities.
Threats are more dangerous than Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan or ISIS. However, the global community believed that there was a similar threat from all these organizations.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to meet US President Donald Trump, in which the government's carriage is being seen as a role to be created before the meeting.
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