PM’s silence over Indian firing, shelling painful, says Saeed

LAHORE: Chief of Jamat ud Dawa (JuD), Hafiz Muhammad Saeed while expressing concerns over cross-border firing and shelling by Indian forces, has said that PM Nawaz Sharif’s silence on the issue is painful, ARY News reported.

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Hafiz Saeed said so while talking to media after offering the funeral prayers of JuD spokesperson, Yahya Mujahid’s mother. He expressed serious concerns over Indian forces’ firing and shelling across the working boundary in Narowal and Sialkot, and said that PM Nawaz Sharif’s silence on the issue is painful.

The JuD chief said that tomorrow demonstrations will be held all over the country, in protest against the Indian aggression on Pakistan.

Saeed negated the allegations suggesting Pakistan to be behind insurgency in India, while stressed that Kashmir must be freed at any cost.

He also demanded for efforts to get the former Indus Water Commissioner, Jamat Ali Shah arrested through the Interpol.

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