India responsible for recent terrorist attacks in country: Hafiz Saeed
06 February, 2014
LAHORE: Jamaat ud Dawa Chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has claimed that India is responsible for recent terrorist attacks in the country. "Rulers tell the truth to the world now" he said while warning that India will face accountability of 'destroying' Pakistan while operating from Afghanistan.
Addressing a Kashmir Solidarity Day rally, healleged that foreign powers came to end our spirits but America and NATO are leaving Afghanistan after facing a defeat. Manmohan Singh should also read the writing on the wall, the forces that made him dance by pulling his strings have been defeated, he claimed.
Hafiz Saeed said that Taliban have disassociated themselves from the recent wave of terrorism in the country, the nation should be told who is responsible for those attacks. Real problem is not Waziristan, but the Indian bases in Afghanistan, he claimed.
Jamaat ud Dawa chief added that the solidarity with Kashmiris will continue and that the struggle for Kashmir's freedom will continue till the last drop of blood.
He said that the jihad to oust Indian forces from Kashmir would continue.
Hafiz Saeed said jihad was obligatory for Muslims. He said if the Americans tried to invade Pakistan, they would be resisted and killed. He said America had been trying to get Israel to take out Pakistan's nuclear weapons, but was now planning the task itself.
He said that Pakistan and Afghanistan were like twin brothers; whoever tried to harm one, would have to face the people of the other country. He demanded that the Pakistani government end all contacts with the US. He said that a similar rally would be held in Rawalpindi. "We will no longer fight America's war, we will fight Pakistan's war," he said.
Saeed said that his support for Kashmir remained firm. "We were with Kashmiris and are with Kashmiris," he said. He said that JD would not allow the government to grant most-favoured nation trading status to India. "We will surround the markets where Indian goods are sold," he said.