Published On: Sat, Jan 18th, 2014
Published in Category: Lahore

Muslims not sacrificed lives for friendship with India: Hafiz Saeed

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LAHORE: Ameer Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD), Professor Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has said that the millions of Muslims had not sacrificed their lives at the time of Pakistan formation for friendship with India.

While addressing a Friday sermon in Jamia Masjid Alqadsiyah here, he said that some people argued that India was ahead of Pakistan economically so Pakistan would move on to develop friendly relations with India, this thinking was not right.

JuD chief added that eased visa policy and elimination of divisive line between Pakistan and India was not fair and negation of Two-Nation theory.

“Pakistan was a great blessing of Allah but sad fact was that our politicians still did not understand what was the meaning of Pakistan and for what purpose it was obtained. This was the root cause of many problems,” Hafiz Mohammad Saeed mentioned.

He further added that Pakistan was facing many serious challenges and with every coming day, it was getting worse.

JuD chief further stated that some people said the inhabitants of both countries have the same language, colour, race and culture, such people were too much worried for friendship with India, they believe that it would solve their problems.