Pakistan security forces are cracking down on terror financing after mounting pressure from the global community.
Adul Majeed, who was absconding and took shelter in Srinagar, was arrested by a team of the Special Cell on Sunday after a raid at his hideout. He was brought to Delhi on transit remand.
The police said that Majeed had been evading arrest since 2014 when a non-bailable warrant was issued against him.
Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Azhar was designated as a global terrorist by the United Nations on May 1.
Italian journalist Francesca Marino quoting her Pakistan-based sources wrote, 'The numbers estimated have ranged from 130-170, including those who have died during treatment.'
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On April 30, another militant from Pulwama had shunned the path of violence and returned home, following efforts by community members and police.
According to reports, people in Pakistan donate up to USD 4.5 billion annually, mostly in the Muslim holy month of Ramazan, to help the poor and needy in the name of charity.
There was no reference to the Pulwama attack or Jammu and Kashmir in the UN notification banning Azhar, though the original resolution mentioned them.
The Congress leader went on to say that it is this "sin" that led to the terror attacks in the Parliament as well as in Pulwama.
According to him, the UNSC procedure is such that informal consultations continue between members and consultations have been going on.
They expressed gladness that Pakistan, which must implement the UNSC resolution since Azhar was based there, was reportedly "satisfied" with the decision.
The envoy, whose country had initiated the process to get Azhar sanctioned and had pushed it after the Pulwama terror attack.
In an editorial in its mouthpiece 'Saamana', the party said there is no timing in the fight against terror.
The UN sanctions committee on the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda on Wednesday announced the designation of Azhar, leader of Jaish-e-Mohammed, over its ties to Al-Qaeda.