Karachi: Head of Jamat ud Dawah, Prof. Hafiz Saeed has said that the decision made by PM Nawaz Sharif to visit India on Narendra Modi’s inauguration ceremony is not reflective of the sentiments of Pakistani public, and is a show of undignified behavior. Modi’s dark and bloody history of oppression on Muslims is evident to the world. Therefore, PM Nawaz Sharif must review his decision.
The statements were made by Prof. Hafiz Saeed upon his arrival at Karachi airport to take part in a grand convention today, part of the “Youm-e-Takbeer” campaign. Dr. Muzammil Hashmi, head of JuD Karachi, was also present along with other members to receive the JuD leader.
Prof. Hafiz Saeed further said that Modi’s biased and oppressive policies are representative of India’s extremist face. The Kashmiri people have shown their resistance to the Indian aggression by boycotting the recent elections. Modi’s election campaign was largely focused on inciting the Indians against Pakistan, based on religious intolerance. Prof. Hafiz Saeed asserted that JuD is not against good relations between Pakistan and India, but it is demanded that unsolved issues must be dealt with first. PM Nawaz Sharif must carefully plan the steps ahead.
Moreover, JuD believes that it is necessary that all segments of society and state including the Armed Forces, political leadership and general public be united as one nation, having one stance. This demands that PM Nawaz Sharif rethink his decision wisely. The “Takbeer” convention to be held at Mazar-e-Quaid today will be of historic nature and will be followed by another grand convention in Islamabad on the 28th of May, with a similar theme. The purpose behind this campaign is to develop understanding and harmony within the Pakistani society and block all paths leading to anarchy.