The Pakistan government sealed the hospital and madarsa located in Rawalpindi, Jamat-ud-Dawa, a banned organization of the mastermind of the Mumbai attack, Hafiz Saeed on Wednesday. Earlier, on Tuesday, the Pakistan government had banned terror outfits Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Humaash, the terrorists accused of Mumbai attack, under the Terrorism Act of 1997.
Azhar's brother and son, including 44 terror suspects
According to the Pak media, the Jamaat-ud-Dawa madrassas, hospitals and their dispensaries have been sealed at Chakrah and Adiala Road in Rawalpindi. However, no one was arrested during this time.
Earlier, on Tuesday, Pakistan had detained 44 terrorists, including brother and son of Jass-e-Mohammad's gangster Masood Azhar. Masood Azhar's brother Abdul Asghar is accused in the attack in Pulwama.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shaharyar Afridi had said that this action against terrorists is not for any international pressure but for the country's sake. Such action on terrorists will continue for two weeks. This action assures that Pakistan's land will not be allowed to be used for any terrorist activity.
On this action, India said that terrorists were not arrested under the Anti Terror Law, they were taken into custody only, it is a new macho of Pakistan for the protection of terrorists.
According to the news agency, the Indian security officer said that it is possible that the terrorists have been detained for fear of taking action against terrorists in Balakot, India. It may also be an attempt to protect the terrorists.