| GEO Pakistan|
| Suicide attacks in Pakistan 'illegal': JuD chief|
| Updated at: 2225 PST, Tuesday, July 06, 2010|
LAHORE: Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, in his first ever on camera interview has said that suicide attacks in Pakistan have no moral ground and are 'illegal'. He also demanded public execution of perpetrators.
He was talking exclusively to Geo News.
He was of the view that some foreign elements were trying to create religious disharmony in the country, adding that Pakistan was being forced to remain a front line state in the war against terror.
Hafiz Saeed blamed India for Data Darbar attacks and challenged India to prove JuD's connection with Mmbai attacks. When US can negotiate with Taliban why not Pakistan, he questioned.
JuD chief pointed out that there was no restriction on his party. 'Outfits involved in militancy should be banned and strict action be taken against them.'