Pakistan cracks down JuDs main headquarter

January 27th, 2009 - 3:41 pm ICT by ANI  

Islamabad, Jan. 27 (ANI): The Government in Pakistan’’s Punjab provincehas finally taken over the main headquarters of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa at Muridke.
An administrator has been appointed to oversee all institutions run by the UN-banned JuD. Apart from a regular monitoring of the hospitals, schools and other welfare bodies run by the institution, JuDs main headquarters at Muridke have finally been taken over, The News reports.
Earlier, LeTs terror camps were organized in this complex before being moved to Pakistan-administered Kashmir after a 2002 ban on the organization.
Now, a police post has been set up outside the JuD headquarters. Sources claim that the crackdown took some time due to clearance from senior figures.
This move indicates that the Pakistani Government does have some evidence of the LeT’’s involvement in the Mumbai attacks. It is assumed that evidences from New Delhi have convinced Islamabad of Lashkars hands in the attacks. (ANI)

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