Chairman of the separatist Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Amanullah Khan, on Thursday night offered to surrender to the Indian authorities, if any international court issued a verdict against him.
He said the Indian government had declared him a 'terrorist' and persuaded Interpol to issue a warrant of arrest against him.
Khan's name is reportedly in the list of 20 men that New Delhi wants extradited from Pakistan.
Khan also called on India to approach the International Court of Justice where he said he would challenge the allegations of terrorism and India's stand on Kashmir.
"If the World Court gave the verdict that I am a terrorist or my demand for a independent Kashmir is not justified, I would hand myself over to Indians," he was quoted as saying in an agency report.
He said he was arrested in Britain in 1985, and after remaining in detention for 15 months, a British court had acquitted him of all charges.
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