Furious over the detention of Maulana Masood Azhar in connection with the Pathankot terror attacks, an article by Jaish-e-Mohammad chief has been put online on the terror outfit’s mouthpiece criticising India and Pakistan for maintaining friendship with Prime minister Narendra Modi .
Masood even threatened Pakistan of dire consequences for taking action against Jiash -e -Mohammad terror outfit.
Masood writes,”The road that the Pakistan government is taking against JeM is very dangerous for country.”
Under pen name Saidi , Azhar said “India is making a loud “noise” against the JeM and Pakistani leaders are anguished because we have disturbed intimacy with India. On judgment day, Pakistani leaders want to stand as friends of Narendra Modi, Atal Behari Vajpayee.”
Masood pledged to take revenge from India appropriately and said that he won’t allow his enemies to celebrate the arrest of JeM members and mine,” “God willing, this army won’t let our enemies celebrate for long. God’s army won’t let my absence be felt at all,” the article said.
Issuing a stern warning to Nawaz Sharif government in Pakistan , Masood said “Government action against mosques, madrasas are a danger to the unity of Pakistan.”
Pakistan detained Jaish-e-Muhammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar, his brother and “several individuals” belonging to his dreaded outfit, which is suspected to have engineered the Pathankot terror attack, and sealed its offices after India demanded action, linking it to the fate of the Foreign Secretary-level talks.
Lt Gen (retired) Abdul Qadir Baloch, minister for frontier regions, confirmed that “Azhar was arrested”. Azhar was taken in protective custody to probe the Pathankot attack.
Azhar’s brother Abdul Rehman Rauf and other members of the dreaded outfit too have been arrested and their offices have been sealed.
Azhar wrote about the experiences when he was in Tihar, Kot Bhalwal,the Jammu prison but then Azhar was one of the three terrorists released from Indian prisons in 1999 in exchange for the release of 155 passengers of a hijacked Indian Airlines plane