Hafiz Saeed back where he belongs, in jail; heres what triggered it
Days after being released from detention, Mumbai 26/11 attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed gets back in jail again.
The latest U-turn from Pakistan comes under international pressure and despite the fact that the country has so far not produced any evidence against him in the court.
Sources have revealed that the Pakistan government will now be applying a different set of charges upon Saeed.
Interestingly, former Pakistan President Parvez Musharraf had on Wednesday claimed that he has been a great supporter of Hafiz Saeed and had met the LeT chief.
Saeed, the mastermind of 26-11 attacks in Mumbai, has been on the global most wanted list of the United Nations as well as the United States of America. His release last week had triggered criticism from across the world.
While India had condemned Pakistan for releasing Saeed, the US Department of State too had issued a detailed statement expressing “concern” over Saeed’s release.>