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Pakistan: Jaish-e-Mohammad seminary ‘sealed’ during raids

A policeman escorts covered members of the outlawed Jaish-e-Mohammad
militant group to a court in Karachi December 21, 2002. Pakistani
police have arrested four members belonging to an outlawed Islamic
group who planned to blow up a bridge in southern port city of Karachi,
a police official said. REUTERS/Akbar Baloch

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A policeman escorts covered members of the outlawed Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group to a court in Karachi December 21, 2002. Pakistani police have arrested four members belonging to an outlawed Islamic group who planned to blow up a bridge in southern port city of Karachi, a police official said. REUTERS/Akbar Baloch ZH/JD

Lahore: A mosque-cum-seminary run by the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) was sealed and 14 people were arrested by the Counter-Terrorism-Department (CTD) in a raid in Mundeyki Goraya village, Pakistan.

According to Dawn, a senior official said that a contingent of CTD and police raided and sealed Jamia Masjid and Madressah Al-Noor.

14 activists of the banned organisation were detained but their identities were not revealed.

During the raid, the records and printed material from the seminary were seized and the people taken into custody were whisked away for quizzing. (ANI)

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