JuD chief Hafiz Saeed condemns Mumbai attacks
Islamabad: Hafiz Saeed, Jamaat-ud-Dawat (JuD) chief and the suspected mastermind of 26/11 attacks, condemned the Mumbai attacks and said that people involved in militant activities were giving ‘jihad’ a bad name, as per a report.
“I condemn this attack and innocent lives that have been lost no matter which country they are from... I don`t support this attack or any violence of this kind," Saeed said in an exclusive interview to CNN.
Saeed also said that he is willing to co-operate and answer questions by National Investigation Agency’s (NIA), which will soon be visiting Pakistan for investigation related to the 26/11 attacks.
"If they (the NIA) want to talk to me, I have no objection. I am ready to answer their questions,” Saeed said in the interview.
Download the all new Zee News app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with latest headlines and news stories in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Business and much more from India and around the world.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh bypoll results: As it happened on November 24
- Intolerance issue: When did ‘Incredible India’ become ‘Intolerant India’, Anupam Kher asks Aamir Khan
- Tirupati, Tirumala rains update: Temple remains open; pilgrims continue to pour in for darshan
- BJP's big poser to Aamir Khan: Is there any better neighbour for Muslims than a Hindu?
- Muslim leader Asaduddin Owaisi says Aamir Khan wrong in wanting to leave India