Islamabad [Pakistan], Mar 14 (ANI): Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief and 26/11 attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed's newly formed Milli Muslim League (MML) has announced that it will launch its own manifesto on March 23, ahead of the Pakistan general elections later this year.
This comes after the Islamabad High Court set aside the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to reject the application of the MML for registration as a political party last week, according to local media reports.
Khalid added that it will field its candidates in all provincial and national assembly seats in the Pakistan general elections.
In January, Saeed's entities were moved from Pakistan's watch list to the list of proscribed organisations after the government introduced a presidential ordinance by amending the country's anti-terrorism act to include UN-designated terrorist groups and individuals for terror financing, paved the way for the confiscation of JuD and FIF assets.
However, despite the ban, the entities were found to be freely operating in Pakistan.
Last month, Pakistani authorities confirmed that the country was going back on the "grey list" of the FATF, after a span of nearly four years.
In December last year, Saeed opened his political office in former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's parliamentary constituency in Lahore.