Immediately Resolve Kashmir Dispute Or Jihad Will Be Launched Against India: Terrorist Hafiz Saeed

5 December 2014
IBN Live


New Delhi: On a Black Friday, which was marked by four attacks by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, 26-11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed warned Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the Kashmir dispute needed to be resolved immediately otherwise Jihad against India will continue. Saeed's warning came on a day when he ended a two-day conference in Lahore which was attended by thousands of supporters of the terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa. The event was widely advertised in Pakistan and the government provided police protection, even special train services for people to take part in the rallies. Saeed warned Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the Kashmir dispute needed to be resolved immediately otherwise Jihad against India will continue. Immediately resolve Kashmir dispute or Jihad will be launched against India: Terrorist Hafiz Saeed Hafiz warned Modi that the latter should 'resolve the Kashmir dispute, and if you are not ready to resolve, then God willing, Kashmir will be the gate and we will launch Jihad against India'. *hafiz saeed *pm *narendra modi *terrorism Hafiz warned Modi that the latter should 'resolve the Kashmir dispute, and if you are not ready to resolve, then God willing, Kashmir will be the gate and we will launch Jihad against India'. Saeed also offered advice to the Islamic State group 'I invite you, you are sitting near the Israel boarder, go and destroy the Israeli Jewish,' he said. The convention was organised by Saeed who is against trade relations between India and Pakistan. Saeed originally helped establish Lashkar-e-Taiba two decades ago to fight Indian rule in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. The United Nations considers Jamaat-ud-Dawa to be a front group for Lashkar-e-Taiba, the militant organisation blamed in the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008, a charge which the head of JuD, Hafiz Saeed, denies. The US government named the charity a 'foreign terrorist organisation' earlier this year, claiming it is a front for banned militants. Commenting on the development, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said Pakistani support to Saeed was like mainstreaming of terrorists and terrorism and it was a blatant disregard for norms against terrorism.