No action by Imran Khan govt. after Pakistan minister vows to protect Hafiz Saeed| Seedha Sawal

18 Dec 2018 07:12 PM

No action by Imran Khan govt. after Pakistan minister vows to protect Hafiz Saeed| Seedha Sawal

Updated 18 Dec 2018 07:12 PM

A Pakistan minister is seen saying in a video he will "protect" Hafiz Saeed, who is accused of planning the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, contradicting Prime Minister Imran Khan's avowed policy of fighting terrorism. The leaked video shows Shehryar Afridi, minister of state for the interior, talking to Milli Muslim League (MML) leaders. When he is told about Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had refused to register Saeed's party under US pressure, Afridi says: "We will not let this happen."
"As long as we (the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf) are in the government all those including Hafiz Saeed who are raising voice for Pakistan and righteousness, we are with them," Afridi says in the undated video.

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