Hafiz Saeed’s arrest has no connection with PM’s US visit: Firdous

ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Saturday said that the capture of Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) boss Hafiz Saeed or the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) had nothing to do with the visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to the US.

The excursion was gone for tending to necessities of the National Action Plan (NAP), she included.

Addressing to the news reporters at the Press Information Department, Ms. Awan said that the scheme brought forth by India to incorporate Pakistan in FATF’s boycott had been thwarted by the companions of the nation, including China and Malaysia.

“But the arrest of the religio-political leader of a proscribed party was part of the ongoing measures under the National Action Plan,” Dr Awan added.

She said that Prime Minister Khan’s visit to the US alongside the military boss and the ISI chief general obviously demonstrated that the regular citizen and military pioneers of the nation were in agreement.

“This demonstrates they are putting the national enthusiasm over all things, not at all like the past when those in power used to denounce the national establishments,” she included.

“During his visit to the US, the executive will sharpen the global network about penances rendered by Pakistan in carrying harmony and security to the area,” she stated, including that Pakistan had an essential job in harmony endeavors went for settling the contention in Afghanistan.

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