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WATCH| Hardik Patel Reacts On Lashkar-e-Taiba Backing Congress

Written By Shatabdi Chowdhury | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Patidar agitation leader Hardik Patel on Friday reacted on Lashar-e-Taiba’s backing (LeT) to Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s statement on Kashmir
  • 'I don't need to comment on what Ghulam Nabi Azad said,' said Hardik Patel

Patidar agitation leader Hardik Patel on Friday reacted on Lashar-e-Taiba’s backing (LeT) to Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s statement on Kashmir. Patel said:

“I don't want to comment on the jawans of my country. I don't need to comment on what Ghulam Nabi Azad said.”

READ| In Latest Statement, Terrorist Outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba Backs Congress

Earlier on Thursday, in a shocking development, terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) backed and praised the Congress while criticising the Governor’s rule in Kashmir. The outfit chief Mahmood Shah in an e-mailed statement said that Lashkar is of the same opinion of the Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and other Congress leaders. He also said that by imposing Governor’s rule in Kashmir, massacre of innocents have been committed.

"We have been of the same opinion as of the expressions of Ghulam Nabi Azad and others since the beginning. India is upto bringing back the Era of Jagmohan by imposing the Governor law so as to sabotage the infrastructure and commit massacre of innocents. It is a move to further intensify the mass killings,” said the LeT Spokesman, Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi quoted the outfit chief, Mahmood Shah, in the e-mailed statement.

WATCH| "Congress Told BJP Don't Put Allegations On Pakistan," Says Globally Designated Terrorist Hafiz Saeed

Meanwhile, BJP has tweeted out a video of globally designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed wherein he was praising the grand old party.

In the video, Saeed can be seen saying that Congress had asked the BJP to not put allegations on Pakistan.

“Now, see the discussions that have taken place in Congress. Congress told BJP that don't put allegations on Pakistan. You look into your own house first. What are you doing in Kashmir, you have indulged in violence there (unclear) and you can't solve the issue by just blaming it on Pakistan. So i think there must be good people too,” said Hafiz Saeed

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