Hafiz Saeed Asks Pak Army Chief To Send Troops Into Kashmir To Teach India A ‘Lesson’

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5:27 pm 16 Aug, 2016

Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has asked Pakistan military to send its troops into Kashmir to teach India a ‘lesson.’


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Reports in Pakistan media suggest that the 26/11 mastermind Saeed has asked this to Army chief General Raheel Sharif.

General Raheel Sharif tribune

Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif tribune

His views come amid the ongoing unrest in the Kashmir valley for more than a month. The clashes between huge mobs and security forces have become a daily affair in the Valley since July 8 when Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed. The clashes and protests have left 65 people getting killed and at least 5,000 injured, many of them security personnel.



Saeed has earlier claimed at a rally in Pakistan that a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant was leading processions in Kashmir for Wani. He has warned of more protests and said the deaths in the region would not be in vain.

“Have you seen the pictures of procession when lakhs of Kashmiris came to the streets? Did you see a man who was being carried on shoulders by the crowd? Do you know the man who was leading the procession? He is an ‘ameer’ of Laskar-e-Taiba (LeT),” Hafiz Saeed had reportedly said.

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Saeed had said: “Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir, and by god’s grace, Kashmir will become part of it someday…One day, the world will witness India splitting into pieces.”

Warning India, he had also said that it could either accept separatist Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s four-point formula on Kashmir and withdraw security forces from the Valley, or face the decision in battlefield.

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Pak Army – Representational Image dailypakistan

In her Independence Day speech on August 15, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti appealed for peace in the Valley and reiterated that “dialogue and not guns can help the people of Kashmir.”

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