| GEO Pakistan|
| JuD linked to Al-Qaeda: Attorney General|
| Updated at: 1122 PST, Saturday, May 30, 2009|
ISLAMABAD: The Lahore High Court has adjourned the hearing of house-arrest case of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah till Monday.
The federal and provincial government presented the secret documents about Hafiz Mohammad Saeed the before the court.
Attorney General Sardar Latif Khosa said that the documents are related with the national security; therefore he has presented them in closed session of the court.
According to judicial sources, the court is mulling over the documents.
JuD leaderís counsel AK Dogar said these documents should be presented in an open session of the court in the presence of Hafiz Saeed.
Latif Khosa said that JuD is linked to Al-Qaeda, adding one culprit involved in Mumbai attacks is said to have links with JuD.
It is binding on the government to comply with the UN, the AG Khosa said.
The court gave time to Hafizís counsel to prepare after surfacing of new evidences.