The government of Pakistan has banned 100 important religious organizations including 11 other.
According to Khouj News sources, the government banned the organizations under pressure from the United States, India and International Monetary Fund.
Debt from the IMF was also conditioned with the ban on the religious organizations.
Debt deal has been made between the IMF and Pakistan government.
The banned organizations include Infaal Trust Lahore, Idara Khidmat Khalaq Lahore, Ad Dawa Arashad, Al Hamad Trust Lahore and Faisalabad, Al Fazal Foundation/ Trust Lahore, Al Madeena Foundation Lahore, Maaz Bin Jabal Education Trust Lahore, Al Isaar Foundation Lahore, Al Rehmat Trust, Ganiyasation Bahalwapur, and Al Furqan Trust Karachi.
These organizations allegedly had links with Jamat-ud-Dawa, Falah-e-Insaaniyat Foundation and Jaish-e-Mohammed.
Jamat-ud-Dawa and its affiliated organisation Falah-e-Insaaniyat Foundation were banned in the current year.
The Security Council of the United Nations included the name of the head of Jaish-e-Mohammed Maulana Masood Azhar in the list of international terrorists.
Pakistan is under intense pressure by international organization Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to stop financial aid for terrorists and money laundering.