No quarrel with India if it leaves Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed
Hafiz Saeed was placed in �preventive detention� along with his four aides under the Anti-Terrorism Act on January 30 by Pakistan government.
The mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai massacre and Lashkar-e-Toiba founder Hafiz Saeed has said that he has no quarrel with India if it gives up control of Jammu and Kashmir.
In a video interview to Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, Hafiz Saeed reiterated his call for the Pakistan government and political parties to declare 2017 the “year of Kashmir”.
In a video posted on February 6 by Abbasi, Saeed said that except for Kashmir, he had no issues with the people of India.
“The people who live in India, I have no conflict, differences or issues with them. I only say that you leave Kashmir, where you are killing people and blinding them. You are involved in abuses and have captured them against their will,” Saeed said.
“I say that you leave Kashmir and sit, and we will have no quarrel with India,” he added.