Pakistan’s anti-terrorism court asks cops to detain JeM chief Masood Azhar byJan 18 

Masood Azhar is dealing with charges of horror funding and offering jihadi literature.

An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has actually asked the Counter Terrorism Department of Punjab Police to detain prohibited Jaish- e-Mohammad (JeM chief Masood Azhar by January 18 in a fear funding case, a court authorities stated on Saturday.

The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC Gujranwala provided an arrest warrant versus Azhar in the horror funding case set up by the CTD in the previous hearing on Thursday.

“ATC Gujranwala judge Natasha Naseem Supra during the case hearing on Friday directed the CTD to arrest JeM chief Masood Azhar by January 18 and present him in the court. In case of failure (to arrest him, the court may begin proceedings to declare him a proclaimed offender,” a court authorities informed on Saturday.

Azhar is dealing with charges of horror funding and offering jihadi literature.

Following the Palwama horror attack in February 2019, Pakistan’s Punjab cops had actually introduced a crackdown on terrorism funding and apprehended 6 militants of the JeM in Gujranwala, some 130 kms fromLahore

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Pakistan's anti-terrorism court asks cops to detain JeM chief Masood Azhar byJan 18