Pakistan court sentences Hafiz Saeed's two close aides to over 15 years in jail in terror financing case
The anti-terrorism court in Lahore on Tuesday also sentenced Saeed’s brother-in-law Abdul Rehman Makki to six-month in jail.
In case of failure (to arrest him), the court may begin proceedings to declare him a proclaimed offender, a court official said.
The UK property market is seen as a particularly attractive area for dubious overseas fund flows.
He added that if someone can bring narcotics, tomorrow they can also bring fake currency and Improvised Explosive Devices (IED).
The National Assembly also adopted motions, seeking to refer two bills related to the tough conditions set by the FATF, which were passed by the lower house but rejected by the upper house last month.
Loknath Behera, state police chief, told TNIE that the ATS has been asked to draw up a list of terror-related cases in Kerala which will be scrutinised afresh to track the fund flow.
India, France stressed the need to deny safe havens and sources of financing to terrorists, the MEA said.
The terror financing watchdog warned the country that stern action will be taken if it fails to check flow of money to terror groups like the LeT and the JeM.
The anti-terrorism court or ATC had indicted Saeed and his close aides on December 11 in terror financing case in a day-to-day hearing.