America:- Against the acquittal of the Christian woman named Aasia Bibi by the Supreme Court, in the case of Ishninda, religious organizations are being protested all over the country. A few hours later, the US has requested Pakistan to make immediate laws against radical religious groups.
Terrorist Groups:- Last week the ban on two fundamentalist religious organizations Jamat-e-Dawa and the Falah-e-Inneriat Foundation (FIF) on the US recommendation was lifted. The United States had named both organizations as terrorist groups.
According to Pakistan media reports, the two organizations had temporarily came out of the list of Pakistan’s banned organizations as per the UN resolution, the ordinance set against them has come to an end.
Pakistan:- The new government of Pakistan is working to increase the ban. US officials said that on the end of the ban on militant outfits Jude and FIF, terrorism financing should show commitment to Pakistan to work with the Financial Task Force (FATF) to overcome the vulnerabilities of the regime.
United States:- The spokesman said that as we said earlier that the United States is deeply concerned that this event will put Pakistan’s potential under threat under the UN Security Council resolution 1267. Pakistan should take steps to increase the money associated with terrorist groups specified by the United Nations and to move forward.
As we have said earlier, the United States is deeply concerned that this development will put Pakistan’s ability to fulfill its commitments under United Nations Security Council resolution 1267. Pakistan should take steps to stop the money associated with terrorist groups specified by the United Nations.
In February, 2018, former President Mamun Hussain had allowed two fundamentalist religious organizations, Hafiz Saeed, to impose restrictions by signing the Jamaatuddha Dawa (Jude) and the Falah-e-Innerity Foundation (FIF) on the law of terrorism and amending the law.