Hafiz Saeed threatens India with nuclear-powered


New Delhi : Hafiz Saeed, the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief and the alleged mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, once again given threat to India. This time, he has warned India of dangerous consequences if it gets involved in any act of aggression against Pakistan. Hafiz Saeed has also threatened to attack India with Pakistan's nuclear-powered drones.

If any drone attack takes place against Pakistan from Indian bases, we have enough drones for whole India,” said the 66-year-old Hafiz Saeed,  Saeed said that Pakistan is no longer a weak nation that surrendered before India during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, but armed with nuclear weapons. Hafiz Saeed, who has the backing of Pakistan's ISI and its Army, earlier this year had launched a massive recruitment drive of terrorists to execute its anti-India plans.

According to reports, he had visited various locations from where terrorists infiltrate to India. Hafiz Saeed had made provocative speeches in several villages during his two-day stay near border. Back in December 2008, JuD was declared a terror organisation by the UN, while Saeed was individually designated as a terrorist. A $10 million bounty has already been put on his head by the US.