LeT leader, Hafiz Saeed arrested over Mumbai attack

Pakistan officials arrested and jailed Hafiz Saeed on Wednesday who had claimed to be the leader of a four-day militant attack on Mumbai in 2008.

Hafiz Saeed, the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) who was accused by the United States and India for the Mumbai attacks. He was also termed as a terrorist by the United States and the United Nations.

He has refused the involvement and stated his chain.

A Punjab Governor spokesman, Shahbaz Gill stated he was captured near the Gujranwala town in central Pakistan.

The Punjab Counter Terrorism Department stated that Saeed had been held while proceeding to a court in Gujranwala to ask pre-arrest bail but was remanded in jail.

An Indian government official stated that arresting Saeed was not sufficient and that he should be set on a trial and condemned.

The official said we need concrete action, not these sorts of actions that are reversible.

He stated the hearing in New Delhi was that Pakistan was considering steps before Khan’s journey to the United States, which has given a $10 million pay for data pointing to Saeed’s view over the Mumbai attacks.

Saeed in 2017 was set under house arrest by Pakistani officials and consequently freed after clearing the charges on him, criticising from Washington and New Delhi.

Lashkar-e-Taiba, named as a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the U.S. State Department, intends to take India out of the disputed territory of Kashmir and establish an Islamic state over Kashmir, Pakistan, and India.

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