Medical team of Hafiz Saeed's JuD seeks visas to visit Kashmir

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Published on: 25 July 2016 1:26 PM GMT
Medical team of Hafiz Saeeds JuD seeks visas to visit Kashmir
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Islamabad: A team of 30 doctors representing Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD), Pakistan’s terror group headed by mastermind of Mumbai bombings Hafiz Saeed, will reportedly apply for Indian visas on Tuesday to provide medical treatment to the people of Kashmir who have been injured in clashes with security forces.

“A team JuD’s ‘Muslim Medical Mission’ consisting 30 paramedical staff members will apply for Indian visas with a motive of reaching Kashmir and treating people who have been injured in clashes with the Indian Army,” said Ahmed Nadeem, an official of the terror outfit.

Other highlights:

  • Nadeem said JuD would seek help from the Pakistani government in this regard.
  • President of the mission professor Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry said the team would hold protests against the Indian government if it would not allow the team to visit Srinagar.

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