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Pulwama terror attack: Sindhi leader asks Saudi Prince to cancel Pak visit.

Summary: Frankfurt [Germany], Feb 15 (ANI): Assessing the sensitivity of global and regional sentiment against the theocratic fascist and terrorist state of Pakistan, the Saudi Crown Prince must immediately cancel the Pakistan visit, said Shafi Burfat, the chairman of Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), on Friday.

Frankfurt [Germany], Feb 15 (ANI): Assessing the sensitivity of global and regional sentiment against the theocratic fascist and terrorist state of Pakistan, the Saudi Crown Prince must immediately cancel the Pakistan visit, said Shafi Burfat, the chairman of Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM), on Friday.

The chairman of JSMM in a statement said, "In the current situation, Saudi Crown PrinceaACAOs Pakistan visit would be considered as encouragement of Pakistani fascism, nefarious terrorist designs and the dirty cold war in the region."

"Saudi diplomatic delegation seems to have been interested not in economic and political cooperation but rather purchase of Pakistani nuclear weapons, warheads, and mercenary military services from Pakistan. In fact, this would be globally considered as the direct support of Pakistani terror policy in the region," he said.

Burfat said: "Pakistan is directly behind Pulwama, Indian Kashmir, terror attack. Pakistan is an irresponsible terrorist state and has imposed a reign of terror against humankind. Pakistan has been taking advantage of IndiaaACAOs democratic behaviour in international forums and diplomacy."

"The Saudi Crown Prince and authorities must condemn the cowardly cross border terrorism and cancel the visit to Pakistan, otherwise, the world will consider this visit as encouragement of Pakistani Radical Islamist Psyche," said Burfat.

Burfat's statement comes a day after the ghastly terror attack which claimed the lives of around 40 CRPF personnel in Pulwama on Thursday.

"US, Germany, Canada, Russia, Afghanistan, Turkey, and all Islamic countries must condemn the terrorist state of Pakistan and completely isolate it on the international diplomatic front. US must impose complete political and economic sanctions upon the terrorist fascist state of Pakistan."

Hitting out at Pakistan for its terrorist activities, the Sindhi leader said: "Pakistan has intensified cross border terrorism in India and Afghanistan, and state torture in its occupied territories after its establishment of close ties with China. ThataACAOs why China, Turkey, and KSA would have to clear their position regarding PakistanaACAOs policy of sponsoring cross border terrorism."

Moreover, Burfat alleged that the Pakistani Army and ISI are nourishing various terror outfits and asserted that any country which supports Pakistan in such situation would be considered as the direct partner of the country in its sponsorship of Islamist extremist terrorism and crimes against humanity.

"Pakistan Army, and ISI have been nourishing and training Jaesh-e-Mohammad, JamaaACAOat-ud- DaaACAOwah (Lashkar-e-Taibba), Haqqani Network, Taliban and dozens of other terrorist outfits to export terror in India, Afghanistan and other regions of the world," he said.

"And any country which supports or aides Pakistan diplomatically or economically in these conditions would be considered as the direct partner of Pakistan in its sponsorship of Islamist extremist terrorism and crimes against humanity," said Burfat. (ANI)

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