Difah e Pakistan (DPC) vow to resist US supply line in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD - Difah e Pakistan Council, consisting of civil society, religious scholars, ex servicemen and politio religious heads, has vowed to launch a campaign against the US supply line in Pakistan.
The conference arranged by Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) was held at Dhobi Ghat Ground and was attended by a number of people, Pakistan Today has reported.
The conference was held amid tight security by the JuD ‘volunteers’ who also looked after the other administrative affairs.
The speakers of the conference said they will start a massive campaign for the liberation of Jerusalem and Kashmir while endorsing.
The speakers called for a UN inspection team to visit Indian-held Kashmir to observe the atrocities by the Indian forces in the vale.
Addressing the gathering, DPC Chairman Moulana Samiul Haq urged the participants to regain their freedom and identity by unity.
He also announced to unite all religio-political parties on one platform for the country’s defence.
JuD chief Hafiz Saeed also addressed the participants. He said, “Pakistan is a blessing of Allah; however today it faces a critical period. Every Pakistani has to come out and put in efforts for its defence.”
He also urged workers to be ready for spreading his so-called message of the country’s protection, in case of his arrest or detention.
Calling Indian PM Narendra Modi a ‘real terrorist’, Saeed claimed he was labeled as a terrorist by the Modi-led government only because he talked about freedom of Kashmir.
He also condemned the US declaration about Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and said that the US would not be able to move its embassy to Jerusalem.
Awami Muslim League (AML) President Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad also spoke on the occasion and endorsed Kashmir’s right to self-determination.
JuD Central Leader Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki claimed Hafiz Saeed was detained under Indian pressure. He further it was our duty to defend Khatm-e-Nabuwwat belief, and Kashmir and Palestine.
Syed Haroon Ghilani, MNA Jamshaid Ahmad Dasti, Ulema-o-Mashaaikh Council chief Khawaja Mueenuddin Koraija, Saeed Ahmad Asad, Moulana Ameer Hamza, Yaqub Sheikh, Moulana Zahid Mahmood Qasmi, Moulana Muhammad Zubair, leader JUI-S leader Moulana Muhammad Yousaf Shah, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) District President Ali Akhtar had also spoken on the occasion.