Government Should Step Down: Hafiz Saeed

FAISALABAD: The Defense Pakistan Council (DPC) leaders said they would block supply line for NATO forces if the parliament resumed the supplies.

 The rally was organized by Jammt Dawa at a historic ground of Faisalabad“DOBI GATT” on Sunday in which leaders reiterated the plan to stop the NATO supply at any rate despite the review of the parliament.

 Addressing the rally Chief of Watch Listed Jamaat Dawa Hafiz Mohammad Saeed said thousands of people would block the NATO supply route if the government decides reopening of the route.

Hafiz Saeed   the founder of the outlawed and banned   Lashkar-e-Taiba, said Pakistani people will never allow the resumption of NATO supplies and there would be protests across the country If the supply routes are reopened, “American agents will again sneak into Pakistan and start killing innocent citizens”, he added.

 Hafiz saeed further demanded“Pakistani leaders, including Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, should step down if they think they cannot safeguard nation’s interests.

 He said that the government has already taken decision to reopen the supply line and just using the parliament to endorse the decision.

 He advised the government to quit the US-led coalition and formulate an independent foreign policy and free from theUSinfluence.

 Difa-e-Pakistan Council is a coalition of over 40 religious and political parties that has been vocally demanding the government to keep Nato supply routes closed.

 Jamatud Dawa central leader Hafiz Abdurehman Makki on the occasion demanded halt toUSdrone strikes in the tribal regions. He said that the whole Pakistani nation is against theUSdrone attacks but the Americans have continued strikes on the behest of present government which are killing the innocent people of tribal areas.

 

 

 

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