Court directs 'terror mastermind' Hafiz Saeed to present Pak-U.S. 'secret deal' on drones
Lahore, Oct. 16 (ANI): The Lahore High Court has directed Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed to submit the contracts, if any, pertaining to drone strikes between Pakistan and the U.S., by November 1.
The court said this while hearing a petition filed by Saeed, seeking directions for the federal government to ensure end of drone attacks. Saeed had held that the government was making no efforts against the drone attacks, which have been continuously killing civilians, reports the Daily Times.
The petition, which was pending before the court since 2011, was taken after Saeed wrote an application for early hearing.
Saeed's counsel AK Dogar submitted that the federal government should be directed to release information in all matters of public importance, especially the secret deal with the U.S. (ANI)
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