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Musharraf tells India

ISLAMABAD, Oct 22 (NNI): President General Pervez Musharraf Monday called upon India that instead of hurling threats it should adopt the course of negotiations.
In an interview with the PTV the President reminded those who are resorting to agitation that India would have reaped benefits of any wrong decision by Pakistan.
He said as a result of the government's decision to align with the international coalition, country's strategic interests are now safe.
Referring to statements of the Indian Ministers for Defence and Interior, he said threats would harm and not benefit India.
General Pervez Musharraf said there has been some movement by the Indian army and air force but held our an assurance that Pakistan armed forces are fully prepared to defend the motherland. He said Indian leaders should not entertain any misgiving and any attempt at misadventure would be retaliated with full force. He said Pakistan would not allow India to take advantage of the current situation.
The President noted with satisfaction that the entire world and the Union Nations have recognized Kashmir as a dispute and stressed the need for a negotiated settlement.
The President said he has made it clear to the world leaders that what is happening in Kashmir is freedom struggle and has nothing to do with the terrorism. He demanded that international human rights organisations should be allowed to visit Occupied Kashmir to see for themselves how seventy thousand Kashmiris have been martyred. He said it is indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmiri people. He said Indian leadership should engage into negotiations with Pakistan for solution of this longstanding problem.
The President said he had told religious and political leaders during meetings with them that the decision of the government is not against Islam.
The President emphasized that the state terrorism must be defined. He said he has told world leaders including British Prime Minister, Mr. Tony Blair and the US Secretary of State that it was unfortunate that all the international disputes including Kashmir, Palestine, Bosnia, Kosovo and Chechneya are considered as issues of Muslims. There is a need to project them in their true perspective. He said he stressed the need for resolution of Palestine and Kashmir problems.ŚNNI
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