Pakistan On Hafiz and Dawood: Pakistan refused to answer the question of handing over India’s most wanted terrorists Hafiz Saeed and Dawood Ibrahim to India. In fact, in the 90th General Assembly of Interpol, Pakistan’s delegation, Mohsin, questioned Dawood Ibrahim’s presence in Pakistan and terrorism, but he fled in silence.
The Director General of the Federal Investigation Agency, Mohsin Butt, who came to attend the Interpol conference, simply said thank you and left. Many of India’s most wanted terrorists including Dawood Ibrahim, Masood Azhar, Hafiz Saeed are in safe haven in Pakistan. Despite India’s ‘Red Notice’ against these declared criminals, Pakistan has not taken any action. In such a situation, terrorism in Pakistan is moving towards its peak every day.
#WATCH , Pakistan’s director-general of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Mohsin Butt, attending the Interpol conference in Delhi, refuses to answer when asked if they will handover underworld don Dawood Ibrahim & Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed to India. pic.twitter.com/GRKQWvPNA1
— ANI (@ANI) October 18, 2022
Pakistani people ready to take up arms against terror
According to a Pakistani newspaper report, the protest was organized by a local organization Swat Qaumi Jirga on Friday, while elders, youth and children from different parts of Charbagh tehsil held placards with slogans demanding restoration of peace in the Valley. took part in the demonstration. During their protest at Matta Chowk in Swat’s Khwajakhela tehsil last week, protesters warned that if officers failed to play their proper role, they could themselves take up arms to deal with terrorists.
The Swat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan is in trouble. Friday was the eighth protest by locals since the resurgence of terrorist activities here in the month of August. The most recent protest took place on Tuesday, when a school van opened fire in Charbagh, killing the driver and injuring two children. Protesters demanding the arrest of the perpetrators of the attack have warned that they will march to Islamabad if their demands are not met.
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