Islamabad: Rana Muhammad Afzal, a legislator of the decision Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), has addressed with respect to why no activity has been started against Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) boss Hafiz Saeed.
The Dawn cited BBC Urdu report as saying that Afzal requested an activity against non-state on-screen characters, particularly Hafiz Saeed.
Amid a meeting of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs on Thursday, the PML-N legislator asked what eggs was Hafiz Saeed laying for them that they are sustaining him.
"The adequacy of our outside approach represents itself with no issue when we couldn't diminish Hafiz Saeed,"he said.
"India has manufactured such a body of evidence against us about the JuD boss that amid the meeting on Kashmir, remote agents notice him [Hafiz Saeed] as the bone of conflict amongst Pakistan and India," he included.
The Member of Parliament further said that despite the fact that he had scarcely ever found out about Hafiz Saeed, the JuD boss was viewed as an infamous character in worldwide circles. He doubted whether Hafiz Saeed was great or terrible for the Kashmir cause.
Attesting that the administration's position on Kashmir is right, the official, in any case, said that the banned outfits are a wellspring of shame for the nation.