JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's new political party to launch manifesto

LAHORE: Milli Muslim League (MML), JuD chief and Mumbai assault mastermind Hafiz Saeed's new political party, lately stated it will launch its manifesto on March 23, following a Pakistani courtroom's choice upholding its registration as a political party forward of polls this year.
Saeed, who has saved a low profile after the government has it appears taken over all the movable and immovable property of his Jamaat-ud-Dawah and Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) and frozen their financial institution accounts in the nation, is prone to unveil the manifesto of his party.

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) remaining week put aside the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to reject the applying of the MML for registration as a political party.

The ECP will make a decision the fate of the MML after listening to it in the coming days.

Earlier, the ECP had rejected MML's software to sign up it (as a political party) on the inner ministry's advice pronouncing the "MML has links with banned militant outfits".

In a remark issued here lately, MML president Saifullah Khalid stated after the courtroom's choice there's no "legal hurdle" left in the way of its registration as a political party.

"Now we will launch MML manifesto on March 23 on its first founding day," he stated.

Referring to the courtroom verdict, Khalid termed it a victory of the "Pakistan ideology", pronouncing the courtroom has ordered that the MML be given a possibility to play its role in nationwide politics.

About the approaching basic election, the MML president stated it has decided to field its candidates for all nationwide and provincial meeting seats in the polls.

"The MML will select those candidates who can not only afford electioneering expenses but also enjoy personal vote bank in the constituencies," he stated and added such candidates will have to believe in "supporting the Kashmiris' freedom struggle".

Despite the Pakistani govt's claims of having taken over all property of the JuD and FIF and frozen their financial institution accounts in the nation, Saeed and other leaders and activists of those banned organisations are still freely using its headquarters and places of work.

The govt had initiated action in opposition to Saeed's organisations in pursuance of an ordinance issued by President Mamnoon Hussain in February amending the Anti-Terrorism Act of 1997, and permitting the state to proscribe UN Security Council-listed organisations, a few of which had been exempt from prosecution.

The move had also come in the backdrop of a meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an intergovernmental money-laundering watchdog, that put Pakistan on its 'gray' checklist because of the rustic's failure to keep an eye on financing of terror groups.

At the FATF meeting in Paris remaining month, Saeed and his "charities" had been top on the checklist of the groups that the FATF sought after Pakistan to behave in opposition to.

The US Department of the Treasury has designated Saeed as an international terrorist.

Saeed, who is accused of having masterminded the November 2008 Mumbai assault, was also positioned on the terrorism black checklist by the UN in December 2008.

The banned JuD head was released from house arrest in November remaining year after the Pakistan govt decided in opposition to detaining him additional in some other case. He had been below house arrest since January remaining year.
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