Union Minister of State (MoS) for Defence Subhash Bhamre slammed Pakistan for encouraging global terrorist Hafiz Saeed.
Bhamre's statement comes a day after Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Saeed was released from house arrest.
Hitting out at the Pakistan, the MoS Defence said that political and military leadership of the country is weak.
"The non-state actors like Saeed are being encouraged. He was set free in the name of High Court's decision. This invited a negative reaction from all over the world. Our government also expressed concern over it," he said in a media briefing.
He further cornered the military leadership of the country and accused it of involving in double-speak.
"Their military leadership also speaks something else and does something else at the border. They talk good but the infiltration bid and cross-border terrorism have been increasing by the day at the border," he said.
Saeed, accused of masterminding the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, was released from house arrest after a Pakistan judicial body ordered his release.
Follwing his release, the United States called on Pakistan to ensure that the JuD chief was arrested and charged for his crimes.
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