Pakistani Terrorist Hafiz Saeed Blames India For Peshawar Attacks And Seeks Retaliation
An intelligence bureau report allegedly revealed that Saeed is planning attacks in New Delhi as well as at an unspecified highway between Delhi and Agra.
On Wednesday, Hafiz Saeed, one of the world's most wanted terrorists, publicly blamed India for the Peshawar attacks in Pakistan that left at least 132 children dead.
NDTV also reported that Indian national security adviser Ajit Doval met the Pakistani envoy in Delhi today and pledged that "India is behind the people and government of Pakistan"; he said that Delhi will "do everything possible to help Pakistan counter the menace of terrorism".
Modi called Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif to share his condolences, and described the Peshawar attack as a tragedy that has "shaken the conscience of the world".
According to Yahoo India, an intelligence report has revealed that Saeed is planning attacks in New Delhi as retaliation for the Peshawar attacks, for which he blames India.
Although many details were not revealed by the intelligence report, there was mention of two hotel lobbies in Delhi, as well as an unspecified highway between Delhi and Agra.