Bengaluru, Nov 5: Lashkar-e-Taiba chief, Hafiz Saeed has accused the Pakistan government of being too cool about the Kashmir issue. Response by the Nawaz Sharif government is too cool about the Kashmir issue, Saeed said.
According to a report in the Dawn, Saeed said that there is no value in just issuing statements in favour of the Kashmir people. "Instead offer full and practical support," Saeed says.
He said that Pakistan should resolve all issues through talks or risk becoming tools of international forces who will ignite a crisis in Pakistan.
Two weeks back, Saeed had said that India was behind the political crisis in Pakistan. He made the statement after the Quetta attack and blamed India for igniting tensions in Pakistan so that the Kashmir issue cannot be raised by Pakistan.
Kashmir has disappeared from the national scene, he had also said.
Saeed is wanted by India in connection with the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. India accuses Pakistan of being too soft on Saeed who has been fuelling terrorism against India both in Kashmir as well in other parts of the country.