KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) termed India, America and Israel as real terrorists in a rally taken out here on Saturday against the sentence of Dr Aafia Siddique by US court and brutality of Indian government against the innocent Kashmiris. According to details, the rally started from Nomaish Chowrangi to Sadder where leaders of Jamat-e-Islami, Liaquat Baloch, Muhammad Hussain Mehanti, Asadullah Bhutto and Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman vowed to continue the struggle till the independence of Kashmir and release of Dr Aafia. Massive traffic jam reported during the rally at MA Jinnah Road, II Chundrigar Road, Fawara Chowk Saddar area, Guru Mandar, Preedy Street as thousands of vehicles stranded for almost three hours. Addressing the rally, General Secretary JI Liaquat Baloch urged the government to end Musharrfs Kashmir policy and chalk out a policy in the interest of Kashmiris. He demanded to eliminate the Pak-Afghan Trade Transit agreement. As nation, it is our responsibility to struggle for the release of daughter of nation Dr Aafia. America challenged the dignity of the country through announcing verdict of 86 years sentence to her but the decision unveiled US intentions, he added. Today, Pakistan is in danger from all sides and enemies attacking our independence, dignity and civilisation. Price-hike, unemployment, terrorism and drone attacks made the citizens lives miserable therefore JI came on the streets to save the country, he said. Baloch said that inhuman policy of US remains evident and Irani president proved in the United Nations that 9/11 attacks was the conspiracy of the US against the Muslim world and to start crusade war against the Muslims. In India particularly, some 125 Kashmiris have been killed during recent resumption of the Indian brutalism while non-combatant Kashmiris continue to sacrifice for an independent Kashmir and looking for the support of their Muslim brothers. Asadullah Bhutto said that sacrifices of the Kashmiris drove Indians for negotiations therefore it was the responsibility of the government of Pakistan to negotiate with the Indian government over the issues including withdrawal of army and plebiscite in Kashmir. Participants of the rally carried out the banners and placards while criticising the policy of Indian and US governments. Many people parked their vehicles inside the road due to the closed of CNG and patrol. Earlier, the mother of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, Asmat Siddiqui while addressing a press conference at her house asked the Prime Minister and President of Pakistan to bring Aafia back to Pakistan. She appealed to the Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kiyani to stop supporting US in the region. Protecting the lives, respect and properties of Pakistani masses is also the responsibility of the armed forces. She said that there was no need to send the delegation of women legislators to US. These people are not well-wishers of Dr Aafia and the money tagged for their foreign visit should be used for rehabilitation of the flood affectees, she stressed. She categorically rejected forming any commission or committees at government level for the repatriation of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, saying forming such committees is tantamount to deceive the masses. She deplored the anticipated accord between US and Pakistani government regarding the exchange of the convicts termed it as strategic damage for the country.