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Indo-Pak Verbal Spat After Karachi Attack

Minutes after the siege on Karachi airport, Hafiz Saeed, chief of the Jamat-ud-Dawah, took to Twitter to blame India and Narendra Modi's "new security team" for the attack.

 

He also went on to say that Pakistan "must end exchange of gifts with India".

Saeed, who is himself considered the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, was not the only one on Twitter who caused a controversy by blaming India.

@geonews_english reported that "Indian made weapons" were recovered from the terrorists, which resulted in instant reactions from the Twitterati.

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2/D-58
Jun 10, 2014
03:47 PM

Is Hafeez Saeed the new Foreign Minister of Pakistan? We should not rise to his bait. Let him stew in his own poison!

Rajesh Chary, Mumbai
1/D-15
Jun 10, 2014
02:06 AM

ISI has tons of Indian made weapons in its hand. And ISI has openly and brazenly supported elements of Taliban which it raised, trains and nurtures.

As for Saeed, he is the same murderous nutcase whose opinions about India are well known, as much as he also knows that Indian weapons are openly supplied by ISI. Makes it very convenient for him to make all that usual stupid noise he always does.

So, what is new here?

Non Fanatic, London
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