Hafiz Saeed vows to enter India
Making provocative comments again, Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has vowed to enter India through Jammu and Kashmir.
Lahore: Making provocative comments
again, Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has vowed to
enter India through Jammu and Kashmir.
Saeed, the founder of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba and
blamed by India for masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attacks,
said: "From the door of Kashmir we will launch Gazwah-e-Hind
(battle for Hindustan)".
Addressing a meeting during a tour of several cities
in Pakistan`s Punjab province last week, he claimed that there
was a secret agreement between India and Israel to "destroy
Pakistan’s nuclear assets".
New Delhi has been pressing for action against Saeed
who continues to roam freely in Pakistan making anti-India
Saeed has been rubbishing Pakistan government?s
efforts to improve relations with India, alleging that New
Delhi had engaged in dialogue only to "cause harm" to Pakistan
and to sideline the Kashmir issue.
Saeed also criticised the US Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA), claiming it had set up offices across Pakistan.
"The CIA had established offices in every city of
Pakistan from where they send reports to the US," he said.
During the past week, Saeed visited Bahawalpur and
Multan districts of Punjab province to address public meetings
and meet JuD activists.
Speaking at a "Defence of Pakistan" convention in
Multan on Friday, Saeed said a time would come when only the
religious parties would come forward to save Pakistan.