Hafiz Saeed condemns Mumbai attack

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Condemning the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JD) chief Hafiz Saeed said on Saturday that people involved in militant activities were giving jihad a bad name, according to a media report. “I condemn this attack and innocent lives that have been lost no matter which country they are from… I don’t support this attack or any violence of this kind,” Saeed said in an exclusive interview to CNN. India accuses Hafiz Saeed of masterminding the attack – an allegation he has always denied. Saeed also said that he is willing to cooperate with India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA), and answer its questions. The NIA team is expected to visit Pakistan as part of its investigation into the attack. “If they (NIA) want to talk to me, I have no objection. I am ready to answer their questions,” Saeed said in the interview.

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  1. A good beginning. Pakistan should insist that NIA does meet and grill him to close this issue once for all.

  2. Wow – this is a new twister. If he can say with such confidence that he condemns the mumbai attack and is willing to be interrogated by NIA, then something is very fishy here. India better come up with seriously decisive evidence of who really was behind the mumbai attacks, or shut up on the matter for good. Pakistan should make sure NIA grills him. Then close the matter one way or the other for good.

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