Islamabad: Pakistan’s love for its terror chiefs is out in the public now with the Islamic nation writing to the United Nations Security Council on behalf of Lashkar-e-Taiba chief, Hafiz Mohammad Saeed. The terrorist is currently on the list of global terrorist of the UNSC and is wanted in the 2008 Mumbai attack.
Pakistan requested that funds of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed be released which were frozen under the UNSC resolution 1267.
Shockingly, the council approved Pakistan’s request as no objections were made by the set deadline of 15 August, 2019.
Pakistan in its letter said the chief of terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba had a family of four and had to feed them and take care of other expenses of his family.
It is ironic that Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, responsible for more than 100 deaths in Mumbai and orphaning many children, is now requesting to be allowed to use terror funding to feed his family.
Pakistan has repeatedly supported hardcore terrorists while making tall claims of fighting terror and preaching about democracy in Kashmir. The Islamic country has been trying to coordinate different terror outfits to strike at India especially after the abrogation of Article 370.