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Hafiz Saeed slams TTP for taking responsibility of Karachi attack even before he was done blaming Modi

09, Jun 2014 By indianpsycho

Karachi. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) today came under scathing attack from Jamaat-Ul-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed for claiming responsibility for the Karachi Airport attack, even before Hafiz had finished blaming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi properly.

Arguing that Pakistan rarely gets such occasions to get even with India and blame them for such terrorist attacks, 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind said that it was foolish and insensitive on part of TTP to let go of this opportunity.

Reportedly, Hafiz Saeed had already thought of 3 more tweets to target the new Indian government when the news of TTP accepting responsibility reached him. He was so incensed with the news that he wrote those three tweets on hand grenades and blasted those off to relieve his feelings.

Hafiz let his displeasure with TTP known.
Hafiz let his displeasure with TTP known.

“Here I am in the middle of establishing Hindu links of the attackers, waging a Twitter Jihad, and I find TTP already owning up the attack. I mean what nonsense is this!” Hafiz is reported to have said while throwing a grenade at his laptop. Casualties from Saeed camps are not yet known.

“I had even photoshopped few attackers by removing their beard, coloring their T-shirt saffron, planting tilak on their foreheads, and making them wear dhotis to strengthen my claim, and was just about to tweet them,” Hafiz further disclosed how TTP foiled his plans.

The JuD chief claimed that groups like TTP need to learn a lot from him.

“Patience is needed,” he said, “When we attack India, we should allow the Indians some time to fully condemn the Pakistan government before our government can blame it on non-state actors.”

Leading Ghazwa-E-Hind enthusiast and Hindu Banya critic Zaid Hamid too joined Hafiz in lashing out and went on to claim that TTP spoiled his party too, as he was ready with proofs to show Amitabh Bachhcan as the mastermind of the attack.

Meanwhile, now that it is established that attackers from within Pakistan, experts have advised Pakistan to not play cricket with itself.

“This will send a strong message to everyone, especially to India,” an official from PCB confirmed.

To make it possible, PCB will announce PPL (Pakistan Premier League) and impose a ban on it immediately after launching it.