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Saturday, September 08, 2012
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LAHORE: Jamaat ud Dawah (JD) chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has condemned the increased efforts to force a US-dictated pact between Pakistan and India in the garb of curbing terrorism, saying the recent visit of Indian foreign minister to Pakistan aims at damaging the Kashmiris’ freedom struggle.

 

Talking to the media after commissioning the newly important ambulances in the fleet of JD affiliated social welfare organization, Falah Insaniat Foundation (FIF) on Friday, he said anti-Muslim forces were hatching joint conspiracies against Pakistan and had made Balochistan and Fata their special targets. He said foreign funded NGOs were involved in grave conspiracies against Islam and Pakistan with the help of the west-acquired dollars which was evident from the fact that they were even working in war zones, the areas declared dangerous by their own countries.