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.
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