Islamabad�:�Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's unexpected visit to Pakistan has "greatly hurt the sentiments of the nation", says Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed in a video message posted on social network.
In a series of tweets, Saeed also said: �Personal friendship aside, Modi is a murderer and brutal killer of Muslims, and occupier of Kashmir�, adding that he should not have been welcomed.
He noted that hours before Modi�s arrival in Lahore from Afghanistan, he openly declared Pakistan to be the cause of terrorism and instability in the region.
�Modi�s sudden visit and extraordinary treatment of him by the Pakistan government rekindled the painful memories of the relatives of terrorism victims in Pakistan and the people of Kashmir,� he lamented.
The neighbouring country only intends to safeguard its interests and bring the region under its influence, the JuD chief tweeted in Urdu.
�We must not forget this is the same month in which East Pakistan got separated from us and Modi admitted to have conspired that standing in Dhaka,� said Saeed.
�Even today on India�s consent, people are being hanged in Bangladesh for showing solidarity with Pakistan,� the hardliner added.(IANS)