212 organisations formally banned by Pakistan

171 outfits declared as proscribed by foreign affairs ministry, 60 by interior ministry; JuD put on watch list

Zahid Gishkori June 28, 2015

ISLAMABAD: In a rare move, Pakistan has formally declared 212 outfits as proscribed organisations, as per exclusive documents obtained by The Express Tribune, which were presented to the Supreme Court earlier this week.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs banned 171 organisations, while the Interior Ministry banned 60 more organisations. Meanwhile, Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) has been put on the watch list by the interior ministry

Read: Assets of all banned outfits, including Jamaatud Dawa, frozen: FO

JuD, a charity run by Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, is allegedly the front for the Lashkar-e-Taiba militant outfit. India blames JuD for masterminding the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Earlier this year, Pakistan decided to ban the Haqqani Network, JuD and 10 more organisations in a move described by security analysts as a ‘paradigm shift’ in the country’s security policy.

Read: Revealed: Govt decides to ban Haqqani Network, JuD

Ten organisations have been declared as proscribed by both ministried. The organisations are as follows:

1) Lashkar-e-Jhangvi

2) Jaish-e-Muhammad

3) Lashkar-e-Tayyiba

4) Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan

5) Jamiat-ul-Furqan

6) Ansar-ul-Islam

7) Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan

8) Rabita Trust

9) Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement

10) Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan

Read: List of banned organisations in Pakistan

The documents listing all the proscribed organisations are as follows:








Sandip | 7 years ago | Reply @Aisha: Given your nation's extremely limited capacity, both materially and intellectually, it's best if you spend your limited resources on analyzing and fixing your own problems. Any attempt to analyse problems that India may or may not have will only result in specious opinions that you are providing.
Aisha | 7 years ago | Reply @ Sandip: Delusions exist on both size. You may be several times our size in population and size, and I fear that as a result the size of your megalomaniac thoughts and the delusions of grandeur are of the same proportions.That is a bigger problem for you. As for us, the PK government has issues against NGOs implicated in suspect activities, and despite the public buckling down, the government has 1001 little ways of stopping them from working in the country.
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