Pak silent as 'banned' JuD brazenly asks for Ramazan donations on Twitter, Facebook
Islamabad, July 28 (ANI): Pakistani terror outfit Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) has sent out messages on social networks like Twitter and Facebook asking Muslims to give donations during Ramazan, despite an international ban.
JuD, via its official Twitter account, appealed for donations for itself and also for Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation, an organisation of the terror group formed in the aftermath of the UNSC sanctions.
The group's message on Twitter, which had a link to Facebook as well, asks people to donate zakat in any form either by cash, by donating an ambulance or by sponsoring medicines or meals for Sehr and Iftar, the Express Tribune reports.
According to the paper, JuD claims that since the organisation was not banned in Pakistan, it could collect funds.
"Everyone knows that when the UNSC placed sanctions on Jamaatud Dawa, we went to the court against the ban and the Lahore High Court had decreed in our favour, categorically saying that the JuD is not a banned organisation," said Khalid Waleed, the chief coordinator of JuD's political cell said.
Meanwhile, Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik categorically denied that any unregistered organisation was involved in such activities.
He had also vowed to take action against such organisations involved in collecting funds. (ANI)
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