Hafiz Saeed warns India and US of backlash

JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has asked the countries to stop their alleged efforts to separate Balochistan from Pakistan.

Lahore: Continuing his tirade against US and
India, Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, blamed for
the 2008 Mumbai attacks, has warned the two countries to stop
their alleged efforts to "separate Balochistan from Pakistan"
threatening a backlash.

Addressing a gathering of Defa-e-Pakistan Council, a
grouping of over 40 hardline and extremist groups cobbled
together by Saeed, he said, "While you are sitting in
Afghanistan, you should refrain from making efforts to
separate Balochistan from Pakistan by sponsoring moves there.

"So today we are giving you (India and the US) a very hard
message to stop this with immediate effect or get ready to
face our severe reaction."

The gathering marched from the JuD headquarters at
Chauburji to the Data Darbar shrine yesterday to express
solidarity with the Baloch people.

Saeed is also founder of the banned terror group,