ARREST OF HAFIZ SAEED, AIDE 'A STEP FORWARD' FOR PAKISTAN IN COMBATING TERROR FINANCING: ALICE WELLS

Chief US diplomat for South Asian Affairs Alice Wells on Thursday hailed the conviction of Jamatud Dawa leader Hafiz Saeed and his aide Malik Zafar Iqbal as a "step forward" for Pakistan. A day earlier, an anti-terrorism court convicted the two JuD leaders to five-and-a-half-years of rigorous imprisonment (RI) in two cases relating to terror financing. Wells, in a tweet by the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, said that the convict...

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