RAWALPINDI:(Staff Reporter) The government has sealed a seminary, hospital, and two dispensaries, located on the Chakrah and Adiala roads and run by the Jammat ud Dawa, sources in the city administration told on Wednesday.
Sources said that the crackdown against proscribed military outfits, including the JuD, is being spearheaded by the district administration.
According to sources, a list of all establishments run by proscribed outfits has been created and the district government will take action against them. However, the source clarified that no arrests will be made during the crackdown.
Yesterday, seminaries run by the JuD in Chakwal, Madrassa Khalid Bin Waleed in the Talagang area and Madrassa Darus Salam on Chakwal’s Railway Road along with their staff were placed under the administrative charge of the federal Auqaf department.
The Ministry of Interior also announced yesterday that 44 under-observation members of proscribed organisations, including Mufti Abdul Raoof and Hamad Azhar the brother and son of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) leader Masood Azhar, respectively were taken in “preventive detention” for investigation.
The government had on Monday notified a 2019 order of the United Nations Security Council that would provide a legal basis for freezing or seizure of properties owned by individuals and organisations designated by the council as terrorists.