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JuD chief Abdul Rehman Makki warns Pakistan Govt against interfering in Jihad for 'Azad Kashmir'

The Terrorist Organisation Head Warned Pakistan Administration Against Crackdown On Its Operations, We Told The Rulers Not To Mess With 'jihaad', For It Is Run By The God, Those Who Try To Interfere In Holy War Are Pushed Away By The God, JuD Chief Told Public Meeting.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Arshi Aggarwal | Updated on: 05 Sep 2017, 08:48:10 AM
JuD chief Abdul Rehman Makki warns Pakistan Govt against interfering in Jihad for 'Azad Kashmir' (ANI Image)

New Delhi:

Terrorist organisation Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Abdul Rehman Makki on Monday made inflamatory comments against India in a public meeting in Lahore, Pakistan. 

Today soldiers are ready to give life for the cause of 'Azad Kashmir'... what goverment could not do in 70 years, Jihaad will solve that problem now. 

The terrorist organisation head also warned Pakistan administration against crackdown on its operations, "We told the rulers not to mess with 'jihaad', for it is run by the God, those who try to interfere in holy war are pushed away by the God," JuD chief told public meeting. 

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Earlier on Friday, Makki vowed to intensify "Jihad" against Jammu and Kashmir in India. He made these remarks in a speech at the "Shohda-e-Kashmir" conference held at Al-Daawa Model School in Lahore. 

The event was held to observe the "martyrdom" of militant Abu Waleed Mohammad, who was killed in Bandipora on March 3, 2017 by Indian security forces.

JuD chief Abdul Rehman Makki is brother-in-law of Mumbai terror attack matermind Hafiz Saeed and was recently given charge of the terrorist organisation after Saeed was put under the house arrest by Pakistan’s Punjab government.

Makki carries a $ 2 million bounty on his head, declared by United States after 26/11.

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First Published : 05 Sep 2017, 08:46:56 AM