Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has blamed Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) for the ongoing political crisis in Pakistan.
According to a report in ‘Dawn’, Hafiz Saeed further said that Pakistan's political crisis is part of an Indian conspiracy which is aimed at diverting attention of the world from its oppression in Kashmir.
“If you go through analytically, in all that panic and crisis-like situation, the Kashmir issue has disappeared from the national scene,” Hafiz Saeed said while addressing a press conference on Monday at the Markaz-i-Taqwa, the Karachi headquarters of the JuD.
“For over four months, Indian forces have been killing people in Kashmir and violating all human rights in the held valley,” he added.
Hafiz Saeed regretted that the people of Pakistan seemed to have forgotten the plight of Kashmiris.
The JuD chief urged ruling and opposition parties to resolve their issues through talks and avoid becoming tools of international forces which wanted them to ignite a crisis in Pakistan.
“Just a few days after the Quetta attack, which has left our scores of policemen dead, the country has plunged into a political crisis,” he added.