After the attack, 182 madrassas seal in Pakistan

Army School of Peshawar in 182 madrassas in Pakistan since the attack on charges of terrorism have been sealed. It was revealed in a media report said Monday. Association news agency Press of Pakistan (APP), Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been closed to these schools because they were allegedly encouraging terrorism and was involved in other questionable activities.

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Strategy to prevent terrorism funding under the State Bank of Pakistan has so far seized 126 accounts for about Rs 100 crore. The bank account has been banned terrorist organizations were connected. Law enforcement agencies have recovered nearly 251 million cash. The government has registered 1,026 cases and 230 suspected terrorists have been arrested.

While in the case of organizations that are under the scanner. Investigation agencies are keeping a constant eye on the activities of these organizations. Nearly 73 stores 1,500 books and other materials were seized, which was full of hate-filled things. Law enforcement agencies, 2,337 cases were filed against hate speech and about 2,195 people have been arrested.

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Please tell some militants in Peshawar in December 2014 Army school was attacked. 150 people were killed in the attack, most of whom were children. Then the National Action Plan was prepared by the action of these schools began to seal.