New Delhi: Days after India’s most wanted terrorist Hafiz Saeed said that India will soon pay for it's growing relation with the US, the Mumbai attack mastermind recently announced that he will wage 'jihad' to get the Pakistani rivers freed from India.
"We are going to wage jihad (war) against India to get our rivers freed," Saeed said while addressing a gathering of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) workers in Sialokot district of Punjab Province on Friday.
Saeed said Dukhtraan-e-Milat's head Asiya Andrabi told him that situation in Kashmir has "changed" now.
"Asiya Bibi told me by telephone that those who were talking about Independent Kashmir are no more on the scene while young leadership has come forward and it will give a fresh impetus to the freedom campaign," Saeed, who founded the terror group Lashkar-e-Toiba, said.
Saeed said Pakistan should take serious notice of the United States' warnings which have raised the curtain from its "evil designs" against it.
"Time is ripe now for Pakistan to change its foreign policy with the US, Iran and India," he said.
The 26/11 mastermind also vowed to foil every conspiracy aimed at damaging the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.
He also said that Pakistan should take serious notice of US warnings which have raised the curtain from the evil designs of the US and other national enemies.
The JuD chief further said that the Pakistan should take up the drone matter at every international forum.
“Pakistan should adopt very bold steps against the US drone attacks in Pakistan,” he said.
Saeed further added that the time was ripe now for Pakistan to revamp its foreign policy with the US, Iran and India.
He also asked all the religious and political parties to shun their differences and be united coming on a page against the anti-Pakistan conspiracies especially the US drone attack in Pakistan and US warning to Pakistan to attack everywhere in Pakistan when and where needed.
However, Hafiz had earlier said that India – US relation is the biggest drawback for Pakistan's growth and India will soon pay for it.