List of Pakistan’s banned terrorist organisations to match UN blacklist

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 12 February 2015

Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has directed Secretary Interior Shahid Khan to coordinate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to reconcile a ‘national list’ of proscribed terrorist organisations as per the blacklist of the United Nations. Less than a quarter of the total numbers of organisations proscribed by the United Nations are directly or indirectly linked to Pakistan, the world body’s official record shows.


Nisar gave the directive in a meeting at his office in Islamabad held to review progress on the National Action Plan (NAP) for countering militancy and extremism. The meeting was attended by Secretary Interior, National Coordinator NACTA, DG-FIA, Chief Commissioner ICT and IG Islamabad.

An official of the Interior Ministry told a media website that the ministry had already included the Haqqani Network and Hafiz Saeed’s JuD in the list of proscribed outfits but the government was reluctant to formally make an announcement in this regard.

The official said that the total number of proscribed outfits in Pakistan has reached 72 and includes 12 banned organisations, the number of which will increase in the next few weeks.

“The government has also decided to monitor the activities of the banned outfits’ leadership and to restrict their movement within the country,” the official added.
According to the documents available with the media website, the interior ministry has added Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami, Harkat-ul-Mujahi¬deen, Falah-i-Insaniat Foun¬dation, Ummah Tameer-i-Nau, Haji Khairullah Hajji Sattar Money Exchange, Rahat Limited, Roshan Money Exchange, Al Akhtar Trust, Al Rashid Trust, Haqqani network and Jamaat ud Dawa to the list of proscribed organisations.

According to the official, the minister also directed the Interior Ministry and National Counter Terrorism Authority (Nacta) to fine-tune the procedure of proscription to ensure that such organisations do not reemerge with new names and nomenclatures.

It remains to be seen if any sort of action is really taken against the outfits and their leaders who are declared banned or proscribed by the government of Pakistan for their terrorist activities. So, far, Wahhabi takfiris and their allied-Deobandi takfiris enjoy official protocol under the cover of security that is being provided by law enforcement agencies to the officials of the outlawed terrorist oufits! 

Shiite News posts the picture of banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (now proscribed ASWJ)'s leader Muavia Tariq son of banned Sipah-e-Sahaba's leader Azam Tariq with federal interior minister Chuadhry Nisar Ali Khan whose photos with successor of Azam Tariq namely Ahmed Ludhianvi is also available. So, nobody in Pakistan believes in the empty words and hollow pledges of the government officials.

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