Lahore: Head of Jamat ud Dawah, Prof. Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has said that death sentences being given to various leaders of Jamat-e-Islami are a sign of revival of Pakistani ideology inside Bangladesh. However, these punishments and torture cannot suppress the truth in any way whatsoever. The Pakistani authorities must raise voice on every forum against these state crimes that are being supervised by India. If the government fails to do so, hopelessness will prevail.
He further said that death penalties for Abdul Qadir Mulla, Molana Ghulam Azam and recently for Maulana Motiur Rahman are heinous and hateful acts by Bangladeshi government. These men stood up for Pakistan’s defence along with Pak Army, which was confronted by Indian Army that was unlawfully advancing on Eastern Pakistan, after a deep-rooted conspiracy that gave power to betrayers such as Mujibur Rahman. Today, Mujib’s daughter Hasina is continuing with her father’s policies and imprisoning those who claim to love Pakistan and its ideology.
The revival of ideology of Pakistan and growing hate towards India in Bangladesh are seen as a threat by the Hasina-led government, but they must realize that they cannot manipulate these rightful sentiments of people.