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>> Pakistan is reportedly moving in on the alleged mastermind of the Mumbai terror attacks. Reuters exclusively spoke with officials and reviewed documents detailing plans to cut off finances to Islamist leader, Hafiz Saeed. The blueprints marked secret, called for an action plan to take over Saeed's two charities by the end of 2017.
And they followed through, would mark the first time Pakistan has gone after his major networks. The US has labeled both organizations terrorist funds for Lashkar-e-Taiba. The group blamed for the 2008 slaughter of 166 people. Saeed has repeatedly denied any involvement, and because of a lack of evidence, was never convicted in court.
Islamabad also sparked frustration among Western nations for releasing Saeed from house arrest late last year. But the government insists the reported seizure is its own idea, and denies bowing to pressure from either the US or global terror financing watchdog that warned Pakistan, it could end up on a watch list if it doesn't improve its crackdowns.