Islamabad- Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed has blamed India for the floods in Jammu & Kashmir, which also affected Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and other parts of Pakistan.

Hafiz Saeed on Twitter said:

 "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."

Hafiz Saeed claimed that India was responsible for the floods and had "released waters in rivers without notifying Pakistan." He further added “Indian government discharged water in rivers without notification and has given false information; an act of open mischief,” he tweeted.  “Jamat ud Dawah is prepared to help out and facilitate those facing problems in Kashmir and all of India. Modi has failed to help Kashmiris,” another tweet added.

Saeed then termed India's Ladakh dam as a danger for Pakistan and called it "water terrorism". He tweeted: "If India's Ladakh dam project is completed, even Islamabad will become unsafe. Indian water terrorism is more lethal than its LOC violations."

He called for India to be taken to the United Nations for "water attack on Pakistan". “India has used water to attack Pakistan; We are in state of War. India's water aggression must be taken to the UN security council”, one of the series of tweets said.

Meanwhile, a wing of Saeed's JuD — Falah e Insaniyat Foundation — has started some rescue and relief operations in Pakistan flood-affected areas.