MULTAN

Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) Ameer Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has said that the allegations levelled by former chief of RAW on Kashmiri leadership are hilarious and the statement is given under a planned conspiracy to create confusion and misunderstanding on Kashmir liberation movement.

Talking to the journalists here on Tuesday, he added that leaders like Syed Ali Geelani were heroes of entire Pakistani and Kashmir nations. “The freedom movement is picking up and Indians are afraid of it. That’s why they have launched this drive to develop misunderstandings,” he noted. He said that the Kashmiri leadership rendered tremendous sacrifices, adding that peace could not be maintained in South Asia until Kashmiris got liberation. He said that Pakistan was incomplete without Kashmir and Kashmiris fought Pakistan’s war.

He said that the Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation was going to set up a massive network of Rescue Centres and Ambulance Services in all districts across the country. He disclosed that the JuD set up 300 shelter homes for the Rohingya Muslims in Indonesia while water projects worth millions had been launched in Tharparkar and Balochistan for the local residents. He disclosed that the FIF was training 100000 volunteers across the country to cope with emergencies and Rescue centres were being set up after every 50 kilometre. He said that the JuD launched public welfare projects in all far flung areas where government failed to provide facilities. He said that the rescue teams of FIF would reach every emergency or accident spot and offer rescue and relief services.

Earlier, he inaugurated a Water Rescue and Ambulance centre in Multan and handed over motorboats worth Rs4.7 million to the local FIF office bearers. He said that these boats would be used in case of emergencies like floods. He said that Pakistan was victim of Indian flood terrorism and keeping in view this state of affairs, the FIF took this initiative.