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Hafiz Saeed in custody of Pakistan government, mastermind of Mumbai terror attack is serving 78 years jail sentence United Nations

United Nations, January 10 (Language) Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafiz Saeed is in the custody of the Pakistan government and is serving a 78-year prison sentence after being convicted in terror financing cases, United Nations. Said in the updated information.

Saeed, 73, was designated a global terrorist by the UN Security Council’s Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee in December 2008.

“He has been in the custody of the Government of Pakistan since February 12, 2020, serving a 78-year prison sentence as a result of his conviction in seven terror financing cases,” the sanctions committee said in a redacted entry posted via a press release. United Nations website.

As of May 2008, Saeed’s address is given as House No. 116E, Mohalla Johar, Lahore, Tehsil, Lahore City, Lahore District, Pakistan.

In December, India asked Pakistan to extradite 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Saeed, who is wanted by Indian investigating agencies in several terror cases.

Last month, the Security Council 1267 Committee made some amendments to certain entries on its ISIL (Daesh) and al-Qaeda sanctions list subjecting individuals and entities to asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo. Saeed is among those whose information has been amended and updated details have been made available through a press release.

Under these amendments, the sanctions committee also noted that Hafiz Abdul Salam Bhuttawi, a founding member of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Saeed’s deputy, “has been confirmed dead.” Bhuttawi, a UNSC-designated terrorist who trained Lashkar-e-Taiba attackers for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and served as the organization’s chief on at least two occasions, was arrested in Pakistan’s Punjab in May last year. He died while serving his sentence in a prison in the province. For financing terrorism.

The sanctions committee also noted that Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander Maulana Fazlullah was “confirmed dead on 13 June 2018.” A TTP commander since November 2013, Fazlullah led the local TTP in Pakistan’s northwestern valley of Swat from 2007 to 2009.

A revised entry on Mehsud states that Pakistani national Noor Wali Mehsud “is the leader of Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan after the death of former TTP leader Maulana Fazlullah.” His address is listed as Paktika Province in Afghanistan as of 26 November 2022.

According to the revised information, Al Rasheed Trust, which was headquartered in Pakistan, is “reportedly inactive.” Al Rasheed Trust was linked to Jaish-e-Mohammed and was involved in financing al-Qaeda and the Taliban. As of October 2008, the entity also appeared as “Aid Organization of Ulema, Pakistan”. The revised information states that “there has been no indication of any activity in the name of Al-Rashid Trust as of November 2023.” The ISIL (Daesh) and al-Qaeda sanctions list is regularly updated based on relevant information provided by Member States and international and regional organizations. PTI Yas AIIMS AKJ AIIMS

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