New Delhi: Outlawed Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed would no more be able to spew anti-India and terror-fomenting tweets as his Twitter account has been suspended, reports said Sunday.
Saeed, the mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks 2008, was quiet active on the micro-blogging site and often took to Twitter to unleash a barrage of tweets that reeked of aggressive anti-India sentiments.
Saeed's tweets, most of them provocative and controversial, were apparently aimed at spreading anti-India sentiments and instigating terror and violence.
Saeed's latest tweet on Kashmir too was no different. The JuD chief threatened that Pakistan will avenge 1971 Bangladesh war and manage to free Kashmir from India.
“Ghazwae Hind is inevitable, Kashmir will be freed, 1971 Will be avenged and Ahmedabad Gujrat victims will get justice Insha Allah," read a tweet posted by Hafiz on Dec 5.
Saeed, has in past often accused India of planning attacks in Pakistan. Ironically, in September he also blamed India's Modi-led government of causing floods in Pakistan by unleashing “water terrorism”.
Hafiz Saeed, who is founder of banned organization Jamat-ud-Dawa, also had a bounty of $10 million imposed on his head by the US.