Violence Begets Violence, not peace: Hafiz Saeed.

Saeed, whose media coverage is banned in Pakistan, visited the PaK capital under fool-proof security and talked to media in here on Saturday evening after addressing a religious gathering at a local seminary—Amiruddin Mughal / Kashmir Image

By: Jalaluddin Mughal

Muzaffarabad (PaK), May 22: Hafiz Saeed, the chief of Pakistan’s banned outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), has said that violence begets violence only. If not stopped timely, the ongoing violence in Kashmir can prevail across the region.

Saeed, whose media coverage is banned in Pakistan, visited the PaK capital under fool-proof security and talked to media in here on Saturday evening after addressing a religious gathering at a local seminary.

He also criticized Pakistani political leadership saying that they are wasting time on “baseless Panama Leaks scandal” while western powers are conducting larger conspiracy against Pakistan.

Saeed emphasized that the Supreme Court of Pakistan should be given full mandate to probe into the Panama Matters and rest of everything should be left on it.

He urged Pakistani leaders to join heads for uniformed strategy counter the “adverse effects” of US-India relations on regional peace and politics.

“U.S. is planning to cancel F-16 deal with Pakistan—while on the other hand—supporting India to strengthen their nuclear missile program,” Saeed said.

He also warned Pakistani authorities about “increasing American-Indian interests” in China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (C-PEC) blaming that Pakistani officials are not even aware of it.

Saeed further said Indian Foreign Ministry and US-Department of State are working on joint mechanism over Kashmir dispute. We all need to be aware of the situation, otherwise it can cause unaffordable loss to Kashmir cause.

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