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List of banned organisations in Pakistan

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  1. Sugarcane

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    ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly has released an updated list of banned organisations in Pakistan.

    Organisations - Proscription Date
    1. Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) August 14, 2001
    2. Sepah-e-Muhammad Pakistan (SMP) August 14, 2001
    3. Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) January 14, 2002
    4. Lakhar-e-Taeba (LeT) January 14, 2002
    5. Sepah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) January 14, 2002
    6. Tehreek-e-Jaafria Pakistan (TJP) January 14, 2002
    7. Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammad (TNSM) January 14, 2002
    8. Tehreek-e-Islami January 14, 2002
    9. AI Qaeda March 17, 2003
    10. Millat-e-Islamia Pakistan (Ex-SSP) November 15, 2003
    11. Khuddam-ul-Islam (Ex JeM) November 15, 2003
    12. Islami Tehreek Pakistan (Ex-TJP) November 15, 2003
    13. Jamiat-ul-Ansar November 20, 2003
    14. Jamiat-ul-Furqan November 20, 2003
    15. Hizbut Tehrir November 20, 2003
    16. Khair-un-Nas International Trust October 27, 2004
    17. Balochistan Liberation Armv (BLA) April 7, 2006
    18. Islamic Students Movement of Pakistan August 21, 2006
    19. Lashkar-e-Islam June 30, 2008
    20. Ansar-ul-Islam June 30, 2008
    21. Haji Namdar Group June 30, 2008
    22. Tehreek-e- Taliban Pakistan (TTP) August 25, 2008
    23. Balochistan Republican Army (BRA) September 8, 2010
    24. Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) September 8, 2010
    25. Laskhar-e-Balochistan (LeB) September 8, 2010
    26. Balochistan Liberation United Front (BLUF) September 8, 2010
    27. Balochistan Muslla Defa Tanzeem (BMDT) September 8, 2010
    28. Shia Tulaba Action Committee, Gilgit October 10, 2011
    29. Markaz sabeel Organisation, Gilgit October 10, 2011
    30. Tanzeem Naujawana-e-Ahle Sunnat (TNA), Gilgit October 10, 2011
    31. Peoples Aman Committee (Lyari), Karachi October 10, 2011
    32. Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) Ex-banned organisation (SSP) February 15, 2012
    33. AI Harmain Foundation March 6, 2012
    34. Rabita Trust March 6, 2012
    35. Anjuman-e- Imamia Gilgit Baltistan April 24, 2012
    36. Muslim Students Organisation(MSO) Gigit Baltistan April 24, 2012
    37. Balochistan Bunyad Parast Army August 4, 2012
    38. Tehreek Nafaz-e- Aman August 4, 2012
    39. Tahafuz Hadudullah August 4, 2012
    40. Balochisan Waja Liberation Army August 4, 2012
    41. Baloch Republican Party Azad August 4, 2012
    42. Balochistan United Army August 4, 2012
    43. Islam Mujahidin August 4, 2012
    44. Jaish-e- Islam August 4, 2012
    45. Balochistan National Liberation Army August 4, 2012

    Enlisted under UNSCR 1267
    46. AI-Akhtar Trust December 1, 2005
    47. AI-Rashid Trust December 1, 2005
    48. Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) December 1, 2005

    Under watch list / observation
    49. Sunni Tehreek January 17, 2007

    List of banned organisations in Pakistan – The Express Tribune
     
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    The listing means nothing if the State does not enforce what is banned!
     
  3. joekrish

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    Some of this organisations are only banned on paper.
     
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    Useless post deleted:tup:
     
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    Why Balochi organization are only added recently. :astagh:

    No need to post useless posts.
     
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    Most of these are the "state" in themselves......they are pseudo names/organizations of pakistan army...
    Actually , they are the one who can ban "pakistan"..::pakistan:

    U will see may of their followers below...:azn:
     
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    BRA banned in Pakistan ................lol..
     
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    Just one simple name RAW is enuf
     
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    .. I too wish so...
    May your,mine and other's wish comes true...Amen !!!:tup:
     
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    Yes, we know the 'paper banned, useless, useless' arguement but let's try to look beyond that. We could perhaps research on them, try to find out if they are still working if so how and why or where. If so who is exactly responsible to catch them: police, army, ISI? Cannot be them all. Be useful or don't bother.

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    Madam/Sir (I could not tell from your avatar) I wish to address your post and the premise behind it. Regardless of how these organistaions developed it is imperative that we control their operations and spread. If the blame game is to be played then centres from Washington toRiyad would be guilty as charged. If, like your post, you wish to make Pakistan the enemy then I assure you that you would lose the only line of defence you have against them. If things are bad right now then by a weaker Pakistan things would turn worst for you and for Afghanistan. Even if you are the staunches hater of Pakistan you cannot disagree (provided your political reasoning) that a stable and conventionally challenging Pakistan is better than an unstable, rogue one. If so, please encourage what good you see. If not, continue as you please but let me assure you that you help the terrorists much more than anyone else.

    Regards.