New Delhi: Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Maulana Mazood Azhar has warned Pakistani government that the road it is taking against JeM is very dangerous for the nation.
A day after his arrest in Pakistan, an article has been put online on the terror outfit's mouthpiece, mentioning that there is a lot of "noise" coming from India regarding the JeM. "Pakistani leaders are anguished because we have disturbed intimacy with India. On judgment day, Pakistani leaders want to stand as friends of Narendra Modi, Atal Behari Vajpayee."
In the article, Masood has vowed to not let his enemies celebrate. "God willing, this army won't let our enemies celebrate for long. God's army won't let my absence be felt at all," the article said.
He also said that the government action against mosques, madrasas are a danger to the unity of Pakistan.
Azhar was one of three terrorists, who were released from an Indian prison in 1999 in exchange for release of 155 passengers of an Indian Airlines plane to Kandahar.
Later, he fled to Pakistani territory and formed JeM.