Modi's victory exposes 'Indian secularism': Hafiz Saeed
19 May, 2014
ISLAMABAD: The Ameer of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Pakistan, Professor Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has said that (BJP's Nirender) Modi's victory in Indian elections had exposed the façade of 'Indian secularism'.
Addressing the Sunday seminar regarding "solidarity of Pakistan", he said that Muslim-Hindu riots had again intensified, immediately after the victory of Modi , warning that any further attempts to ban cow-slaughter and conversion of mosques into Hindu temples would be strongly resisted by 300 million Muslims of India.
"Recent genocide in Indian Assam was also the act of these very fanatic, bigoted prejudiced miscreants, bent on fanning religious and sectarian riots in India", he accused.
He also stressed on rejenuvation of Pakistan theory, in order to pull out of quagmire of piled-up crisis, including Balochistan's secessionist movements. He also welcomed the recent statement of COAS that Kashmir was the jugular vein of Pakistan; while he also welcomed the historical boycott of Indian elections by Indian occupied Kashmir.
He also lambasted segments of society who expressed their fears of Pakistan's weakening over adopting Islamic tenets, and said that the bigoted West held Pakistan responsible for its defeat in Afghanistan.