Jamaatud Dawa to protest against India’s MFN status

Published: November 9, 2011

Religious organisation Jamaatud Dawa on Wednesday announced organising countrywide protests and marking Fridays as black days if the Pakistani government opts to grant the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India.

Jamaatud Dawa calls itself a charity group and denies having anything to do with militancy, but many of its leaders and workers were formerly part of banned group Lashkar-i-Taiba (LT)

The leadership of the party blamed the government for not showing sympathy for the people of Kashmir and claimed that it has no right to declare India as MFN without the approval of the people of Kashmir.

“The peace in the region is related to the peace in Kashmir, not by building terms of friendship with India and increasing economical relations with India. Our government has been preferring destruction. If they have to do so, they had to declare it in their mandate,” the party said.

Ameer Hamza, a top party leader, said that it was Mohammad Ali Jinnah who had a vision about Kashmir and its importance for the people of Pakistan.

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Categories: Pakistan

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  1. WARS are not won by “juloos” They are won in batteground. Remember Bangladesh. The worst defeat in Islamic history since Halaku ,surrendering 100,000 soldiers to Hindus. Persecuting Ahmadi Muslims will NOT capture Kashmir. Maulvies, go for Jehad instead of halva.

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