Pakistan moves on Mumbai accused 
Pakistan has put an Islamic leader linked to the Mumbai (Bombay) attacks under 
house arrest, reports say.  
The cleric, Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, has been accused by India of heading the 
militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba. 
Officials say the offices of his Jamaat-ud-Dawa charity are also being
shut, a day after the UN listed it as a front for militants. 
India says militants from Pakistan were behind attacks which killed at least 
170 in Mumbai (Bombay) last month. 
Pakistan's Interior Ministry told the BBC that Jamaat-ud-Dawa buildings would 
be shut across the country immediately. 
The move came as India's prime minister said Pakistan had to do "much more" to 
combat terrorism. 
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Published: 2008/12/11 15:55:12 GMT


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