The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has imposed a full ban on a terrorist group affiliated with al-Nusra Front. Under this, weapons and travel restrictions have been imposed on the group. His property will also be seized. The terrorist organization was earlier active in an area located in the border of Afghanistan-Pakistan. The ISIL (DAish) and the Al-Qaeda Ban Committee of the Council yesterday named Khatiba Imam al-Bukhari on the list of ‘restricted persons and groups’ of the committee.
The property of the people and groups involved in this list is wholly seized, and travel and weapons bans are imposed on them. According to the press release of the committee, the group is also known as Khataab al-Imam al-Bukhari. Before you tell, this group was active in the area located on the border of Afghanistan-Pakistan, and it is said that this month it was reported in Syria where he was engaged in Idlis, Aleppo, and Khamaylake. According to the disclosures, Al-Nusra Front Al-Bukhariyani associated with For the People of the Levant carried out many terrorist attacks in the Syrian Arab Republic.
How The Matter Started?
In Pakistan, Hafeez Saeed has suffered a significant setback. Its organization Jamaat-ud-Dawa has been declared a terrorist organization. Significantly, President Mamnoon Hussain has signed an ordinance that aims to rein in the restrictions imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. This list includes Hafiz Saeed’s organization Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD).
So far, Pakistan was operating in the list of terrorists like Jamaat-ud-Dawah, just by putting them in the list of terrorists. Never talked about restrictions, and then used to talk about restrictions on financially donating money on it. But after the President signed the Ordinance, the Jamaat UD claim has become declared a terrorist organization. And a significant reason behind this should also be considered that a meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris is going to be held in which different countries are monitored for matters such as money laundering.
Pakistan is trying to show itself clean before it. But it is also believed that this step of Pakistan can be decided in the eye because ordinance can lap sometime later because it has its deadline. But if Pakistan does not change it in the law, then it will be a matter of dust in the eye for a few moments. The question is whether, before any general election in Pakistan, any government will be screwed with an organization like Jamaat-ud-Dwah, which is in full penetration in Punjab.
According to the report of The Express Tribune, the Ordinance makes amendments in a section of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (ATA), and the authorities should take strict action against the UNSC banned individuals and terrorist organizations, sealing their offices and bank accounts and provides rights. Sources said the National Anti-Terrorism Authority (NACTA) while confirming the new move, said that along with the Home Minister, Finance Minister and External Affairs Minister, the Anti-Terrorism Financing (CFT) unit of the NACT will work together on this matter.
An official in Rashtrapati Bhavan confirmed the incident was saying that there is a law, but he refused to share detailed information in this regard and said that the Ministry of Defense is notified authority. The official said, “The concerned ministry will notify it and will respond.”
The UNSC’s list contains al-Qaeda, Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), Lashkar-e-Taiba and others. In the last month of 2019, the government had planned to control two organizations related to Hafiz Saeed, Jamaat-ud-Dawa and FIF and it was believed that an action plan had been submitted in this regard. In the year 2005, under the UNSC proposal 1267, the Lashkar-e-Taiba has declared a banned organization.