New Delhi, Dec 27: Apparently frustrated by Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi's impromptu stopover at Lahore, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror group founder Hafiz Saeed expectedly took pot shots at Modi and at warm reception extended by Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.
In a series of tweets and in a video message Hafiz said Modi's unscheduled visit has hurt the sentiments of Pakistan. He tweeted "#Modi "unexpected" visit to Pakistan has greatly hurt the sentiments of nation #Kashmir"
In his anti-India tweet stunt, he claimed Nawaz Sharif should have had kept his personal friendship with Narendra Modi aside. The Indian PM must not have been welcomed as Modi murdered Muslims living in Kashmir.
The tweet said "Personal friendship aside, #Modi is a murdered and brutal killer of Muslims, occupier of #Kashmir! Shouldn't have been welcomed"
In his third tweet Hafiz said few hours before PM landing at Lahore, Modi incited Afghanistan against Pakistan at Kabul citing Pakistan is a key reason for Afghanistan's domestic instability and accused Pakistan of fanning terrorism.
"Few hours before #Modi arrival from Afghanistan, he had openly declared Pakistan to be the cause of terrorism and instability to the region."
The mastermind of infamous 26/11 terror attack accused Narendra Modi of trying to exploit the sentiments of Afghan people to Modi's favour by blaming Pakistan. "Blaming Pakistan as the cause of all problems faced by the Afghan people, he tried to exploit their sentiments to his favour."
The PM of India took time to visit Pakistan under the pretext of personal friendship, one tweet read. "Using his personal friendship with PM Nawaz Sharif as a pretext, he arrived here to apparently congrautlate him. #NawazModiMeet #Modi."
Hafiz pointed Modi's Bangladesh visit saying Modi took credit for dividing Bangladesh from Pakistan. "We mustn't forget that this is the same #Modi who previously during his visit to Bangladesh openly took credit for breaking.. #NawazModiMeet."
On the other hand a video posted on the twitter handle of Jammat-Ud-Dawah, featuring Hafiz reiterated same adding Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif should not "sacrifice" Kashmir for his personal friendship with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. Hafiz is also the head of Jammat-Ud-Dawah.