North Gazette Mews/New Delhi
Social networking site Twitter has suspended the account of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed (@HafizSaeedJUD). However, Twitter has not clarified as to why Hafiz Saeed’s account has been cancelled.
As per reports, the prime suspect in 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Hafiz Saeed has always been in media limelight for his anti-India statements.
Hafiz Saeed, in a rally at Lahore, had spewed venom against India and had vowed to free Kashmir and avenge 1971 war.
Hafiz Saeed had tweeted ‘Ghazwae Hind inevitable, Kashmir will be freed, 1971 avenged and Ahmedabad Gujrat victims will get justice‘.
Earlier, he had blamed Indian government for floods in J&K and called the Pakistan government to take up the issue in UN assembly over water aggression.
the September floods in J&K had also affected Pak Occupied Kashmir and Hafiz Saeed had tweeted, ‘Occupied Kashmir cannot be looked after by the Modi-led government, what can it do for those in Azad Kashmir? Give them Freedom if you may’.
Jamaat-ud-Dawa is considered to be the front of banned terrorist outfit, Lashkar-e-Taiba which is involved in terror strikes across India.