Islamabad, May 30 (ANI): Pakistan Attorney General Sardar Latif Khosa has said that the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) has links with Al-Qaeda, and at least one of the culprit involved in the November 2008 Mumbai attacks is associated with the JuD, The News reports.
Presenting secret documents before the Lahore High Court (LHC) with regard to the house-arrest case of JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, Khosa said the documents were related with the national security, and therefore is being tabled in a closed door session.
Saeed's counsel AK Dogar, however, objected to close door proceedings of the court and demanded that the documents should be presented in an open session and in the presence of Saeed.
Earlier, the LHC preserved its verdict in the Saeed detention case saying it would be made public later.
It may be noted that Khosa recently told the LHC that the government had 'enough material' against the JuD leaders to prove that they have been involved in terror activities, but it could not produce it before a court of law. (ANI)