Siraj-ul-haq, Chief of pakisthan’s Jammat-e-Islami, announced a reward of rs 100 crores to anyone who arrests Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi , on June 2 at Islamabad, Pakistan.
As per media report, ”ul-haq says at Rawalakot in pakisthan-occupied Kashmir, he said that even after announcing a reward of Rs 50 crore, India has been able to arrest Jihadi leaders like Hizbul Mujahideen chief syed salahuddin.”
“I want to say to Modi, you and your agents were not able to arrest salalhuddin. You announced a Rs 50 crores reward to anyone who arrests Salaluhddin, I will give 100 crore rs to whoever arrests Narendra Modi, “ Haq was quoted as saying in the report. And also comments on Indian government were a ‘Horrible’ for Kashmiris to get ‘Independence’.