Siraj-ul-Haq, Jamaat-e-Islami party chief announced a 100 crore rupee bounty on the head of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Hindustan Times reported. Speaking in Rawalkot (PoK), he slammed Pakistan’s attempts to build better ties with India.
“I want to say to Modi that you and your agents cannot arrest Salahuddin… And you say whoever will arrest Salahuddin, we will give him Rs 50 crore. I too say that whoever arrests Modi, we will give him Rs 1 arab (Rs 100 crore),” he said. Syed Salahuddin is a Jihadi leader of the Hizbul Mujahideen, and heads terrorist organisation supporting the Pakistani takeover of Jammu and Kashmir.“As long as the issue of Kashmir is not settled, whoever talks of friendship with Hindustan, he is a traitor to Pakistan and the Kashmiris,” he said. “If you want the friendship of Hindustan, then go to Hindustan, to Delhi and to Mumbai, there is no place for you in Islamabad.”He termed Modi responsible for the deaths of “hundreds of civilians” in J & K and Gujarat, something he believed the Pakistani leaders to be ignoring. “Our relations with India are conditional to Kashmir’s freedom,” he said.