Pak spits venom on 26/11 eve; JuD carries out anti-Ind rally


Lahore, Nov 25: On the eve of the 26/11 deadly terror attack in the heart of India, anti-India sentiments is firing up in the neighbouring Pakistan. A protest rally that can also be referred to as an anti-India rally was carried out by extremist organisation Jamaat ud Dawa in Lahore on Thursday.

The JuD was protesting against the granting of the Most Favoured Nation status to India. Spewing anti-India sentiments to the large number of people gathered, the terror group slammed the Pakistan cabinet for agreeing to grant the MFN status. With the move welcomed as an effort to better trade relations between both countries, the matter has not gone down well with extremist groups that have set up base in Pakistan.

The Pakistan government failed to do anything to avoid such a protest rally from being carried out from its own soil. So inflammable was the speech that children were seen standing on top of an Indian flag and was seen brandishing swords.

The matter gains importance when India is remembering the deadly Mumbai terror attacks carried out by Pakistan based terror groups.

OneIndia News

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