JuD collects donations across Pak in name of helping Kashmiris
Islamabad: Mumbai terror attacks (2008) mastermind Hafiz Muhammad Saeed-led Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD) has set up camps across Pakistan to collect donations in the name of helping the people of Kashmir in India.
Tehreek-i-Azadi-i-Kashmir (movement for Kashmir’s freedom) has set up its camps in cities of Pakistan seeking donations as well as sacrificial animals to help the Kashmiris.
The donation camps have also been organised by JuD’s sister organisation Falah-i-Insaniyat all over the country. The backdrops of these camps bear the name and pictures of Saeed along with the photographs of apparently dead and injured people of the Indian valley. The slogans on the banners urge the Pakistanis to donate for the struggle of Kashmiris against the Indian forces.
- “An amount of Rs 5,000 is required for a family’s ration and Rs 20,000 for the treatment of a wounded person,” reads one of the banners.
- “Apart from money, the meat collected by the camps will be distributed among deprived families of Kashmir, Myanmar, Palestine, Syria as well as Pakistan’s Peshawar,” they claim.