Senate apprised of 58 banned organisations details

Interior ministry says measures have been taken to avoid reemergence of outfits under new names


APP December 18, 2015
Interior ministry says measures have been taken to avoid reemergence of outfits under new names. DESIGN: SUNARA NIZAMI

ISLAMABAD: Ministry of Interior and Narcotics Control on Friday presented names of 58 proscribed organisation in the Senate, banned to carry out their activities in the country.

The house was apprised that two organisations, i.e. Al-Akhtar Trustand Al-Rashid Trust were enlisted under "UNSCR 1267", while Jamaat-ud-Daawa (JuD) was under observation since December 1, 2005.

212 organisations formally banned by Pakistan

Addressing the House, Minister of State for Interior Balighur Rehman said no organisation involved in terrorism and extremism activities would be allowed to operate in the country.

Under the National Action Plan, the ministry and provincial governments are taking measures to stop the reemergence of banned outfits under new names.















































































































































































































































































































Proscribed Organisation Proscription Date
1 Lashkar-e-Jhangvi August 14, 2001
2 Sepha-e-Muhammad Pakistan August 14, 2001
3 Jaish-e-Muhammad January 14, 2002
4 Lashkar-e-Tayyaba January 14, 2002
5 Sepha-e-Sahaba Pakistan January 14, 2002
6 Tehreek-Jaafria Pakistan January 28, 2002
7 Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammad January 14, 2002
8 Tehreek-e-Islami January 14, 2002
9 Al-Qaeda March 17, 2003
10 Millat-e-Islamic Pakistan November 15, 2003
11 Khuddam-ul-Islam November 15, 2003
12 Islami Tehreek Pakistan November 15, 2003
13 Jamiat-ul-Ansar November 20, 2003
14 Jamiat-ul-Fruqan November 20, 2003
15 Hizb-ul-Terir November 20, 2003
16 Kahir-ur-Nisa International Trust October 27, 2004
17 Balochistan Liberation Army April 7, 2006
18 Islamic Students Movement of Pakistan August 21,2006
19 Lashkar-e-Islam June 30, 2008
20 Ansar-ul-Islam June 30, 2008
21 Haji Namdar Group June 30, 2008
22 Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan August 25,2008
23 Balochistan Republican Army September 8, 2010
24 Balochistan Liberation Front September 8, 2010
25 Lashkar-e-Balochistan September 2010
26 Balochistan Liberation United Front September 8, 2010
27 Balochistan Muslla Defa Tanzeem September 8, 2010
28 Shia Tulaba Action Committee October 10, 2011
29 Markaz Sabeel Organisation October 10, 2011
30 Tanzeen Naujawana-ne-Ahle Sunnat October 10, 2011
31 Peoples Aman Committee October 10, 2011
32 Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat February 15, 2012
33 Al Harmain Foundation March 6, 2012
34 Rabita Trust March 6, 2012
35 Anjuman-e-Imamia Gilgit Baltistan April 24, 2012
36 Muslim Students Organisation April 24, 2012
37 Tanzeem Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat June 5, 2012
38 Balochistan Bunyad Parast Army August 4, 2012
39 Tehreek Nafaz-e-Aman August 4, 2012
40 Tahafuz Hadudullah August 4, 2012
41 Balochistan Waja Liberation Army August 4, 2012
42 Islam Mujahidin August 4, 2012
43 Jaish-e-Islam August 4, 2012
44 Balochistan National Liberation Army August 4, 2012
45 Khana-e-Hikmat March 13, 2013
46 Tehrik-Taliban Swat March 15, 2013
47 Tehrik-Taliban Mohmand March 15, 2013
48 Tariq Geedar Group March 15, 2013
49 Abdullah Azam Brigade March 15, 2013
50 East Turkmenistan Islamic Movement March 15, 2013
51 Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan March 15, 2013
52 Islamic Jehad Union March 15,2013
53 313 Brigade March 15, 2013
54 Amar bil Maroof Wa Nahi Anil Munkir March 15,2013
55 Baloch Student Organisation Azad March 15, 2013
56 United Baloch Army March 15, 2013
57 Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz March 15, 2013
58 Daish/ISIL/IS/ISIS July 15, 2015

 

COMMENTS (3)

Chacha Jee | 5 years ago | Reply So many in one country.
fedup | 5 years ago | Reply 58 listed and still no Haqqani -- that tells you something.
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