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Pakistan is 'terroristan', Hafiz Saeed is the king
11/23/2017 11:54:27 PM

Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 23: Pakistan by setting free the chief of Jamait-ul-Dawa and proscribed terrorist Hafiz Sayeed has once again proved that it patronizes the terrorists and the terrorism.
A defence analyst said that Hafiz Sayeed has been running an anti-India campaign for years together. "The terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba operating in Kashmir is an off shoot of JuD and has been behind carrying out numerous attacks on the security forces and the civilians. This fact has been proven beyond doubt. Hafiz Sayeed has been responsible for pushing in terrorists and money into Kashmir and other parts of India to unleash terror and kill people. Saeed's involvement in Mumbai terror attacks is an established fact. But for Pakistan he is a saint and not a terrorist as he is fighting the country's proxy war in India," the defence analyst added.
He said, "Putting Hafiz Sayeed behind the bars was nothing but a drama which was enacted to remain in the good books of the US President Donald Trump. As the dust has settled down Hafiz Sayeed is out. Now he will again embark on his mission to bleed India."
A source said that another terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad has joined hands with the LeT and it has prepared a list of top ministers in India whom it wants to assassinate to avenge the killings of kith and kin of the top terror bosses in Kashmir recently.
"The terror groups based in Pakistan have declared a full-fledged war against India and these groups enjoy the complete backing of the Pakistani establishment, including its army," he added.
An observer said that India should stop beating its chest over the release of Hafiz Sayeed."It was expected and there is nothing unusual about it. Pakistan is a failed state and its run by the terrorists like Hafiz Saeed. Pakistani politicians are caught neck deep into corruption and they have lost the right to rule the country. India needs to devise a comprehensive plan to tackle the situation. "
He said, "Hafiz Saeed's release should serve as an eye opener for the people in India who want our leadership to talk to Pakistan and promote people to people contact. This country is not worth talking to. They have been preaching hatred and violence for the past 70-years. They understand only one language that's the language of gun."
Meanwhile, Ministry of External Affairs expressed outraged over Saeed's release saying, "Self-confessed terrorist has been allowed to walk free."
"India, as indeed the entire International community, is outraged that a self-confessed and a UN proscribed terrorist is being allowed to walk free and continue with his evil agenda," MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.
Kumar said that JuD chief's release confirms Pakistan's lack of seriousness in bringing perpetrators of terror to justice. "Its an attempt by Pakistan to mainstream proscribed terrorists. It is evident that Pakistan has not changed its policy of shielding and supporting non-state actors, and its true face is visible for all to see."
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