Modi' team behind Karachi airport attack, says 26/11 mastermind

Karachi airport attack
New Delhi, June 9: In a bizarre comment against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accused mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks 2008 -- Hafeez Muhammad Saeed claimed that Modi and his new security were behind the terror attack at Karachi airport in Pakistan.

Turning to micro-blogging site Twitter, Saeed claimed, "#KarachiAirport is an attack on Pakistan. Modi's new security team is behind this act of war by India. Nation knows the real enemy." [Read: RAW plotting to kill Hafiz Saeed?]

Saeed's tweet surfaced just hours after the report that terror outfit -- Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the terror attack at Karachi's Jinnah International Airport which began on Sunday night and continued till Monday afternoon. At least 26 people were reported to have been killed.

Government must end exchange of gifts with India; show spine: Saeed

DG Rangers Sindh Major General Rizvan Akhtar also confirmed that all terrorists were from All Uzbeks. In a press conference, he said that there were 3 suicide bombers. Militants disguised as airport security launched a 26/11-styled attack with bombs and rocket launchers at Karachi airport.

In his another tweet, Saeed said, "We condemn horrendous act of terrorism at #KarachiAirport in severe words. Government must end exchange of gifts with India; show spine."

His statement might be directed at the recent bonhomie between Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif. While the former invited the latter in his oath-taking ceremony in New Delhi, the two leaders exchanged gifts for their mothers. [Read: Pak PM Nawaz Sharif gifts "saree" to Narendra Modi's mother]

Saeed's tweets on Karachi airport attack and people's reactions on Twitter:

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