Islamabad: Reports coming out of Pakistan today said that Jamat-ud-Dawa, whose chief Hazif Saeed was recently placed under house arrest by Pakistan, had re branded itself under Tehrik-e-Azadi Jammu Kashmir. The latter has actually been operating in Pakistan for several years and will now act as the new face of all of Jamat-ud-Dawa’s activities in Pakistan.
On Sunday, Tehrik-e-Azadi Jammu Kashmir plans to organise ‘Kashmir Karavan’, a series of pro-Kashmir freedom rallies across Pakistan. A press release issued by Jamat-ud-Dawa laid down the plans for the rallies:
Rallies, conferences and protests will also be carried in all parts of Pakistan. A conference will be organised at Nasir Bagh, Lahore.
A Kashmir solidarity rally will be taken out in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. The rally will start at Masjid Quba in Sector I-8 and will go on until the National Press Club, Islamabad.
Rallies will also be taken out in Muzaffarabad and Mirpur in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. The rallies will be attended by scholars, lawyers, traders, political party members and people from all walks of life.
Thousands of banners, billboards and hoarders will be placed across the country. Trucks with loudspeaker systems will travel throughout cities spreading messages on Kashmir and against Hafiz Saeed’s detention.