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Interior ministry places ban on terror outfit Jundullah, Al-Harmain Foundation | Pakistan

Law enforcement agencies often arrest terrorists belonging to Jundullah operating in Pakistan. Photo: Reuters file

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Internal Affairs on Tuesday placed a ban on the terrorist equipment of Jundullah.

The group associated with prohibited equipment, the Harmain Foundation, was also banned from raising funds in accordance with United Nations Security Council resolution 1267 (1999).

The notice, published by the ministry on January 31, states that the organization acts in such a way that "it may be concerned about terrorism".

In a notice published by the Ministry of the Interior on January 31, 2018, a ban on the terrorist organization Jundullah was imposed. Photo: Geo News

"Now, while in the exercise of the powers provided for by section 11B of the 1997 Law on Combating Terrorism (XXVII of 1997), as amended the Federal Government hereby places the organization Jundullah as a prohibited organization that may be extended for the purposes of this Law and transfer the said Organization to the first list of the said Law, "the notice said.

In the Bulletin of Pakistan, the organization is on the list of banned organizations.

It is expected that two organizations, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and the Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation (FIF) will be banned, sources in the Ministry of Internal Affairs told Geo News.

Jundullah, the fragmentary group "Terik-e-Taliban Pakistan" (TTP), in 2014, announced its support for Daesh.


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