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Don't mislead China, Pakistan to India

June 23, 2003 21:11 IST

Concerned over the likely impact of Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's current visit to Beijing, Pakistan on Monday accused the Indian leadership of attempting to 'mislead' China with 'chants of cross-border terrorism'.

Referring to Vajpayee's comments on cross-border terror before he left for Beijing on Sunday, Pakistan foreign office spokesman Masood Khan said in Islamabad: "India and Pakistan should try to engage each other... We should avoid making public statements and discuss all issues, including the issue of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations."

Asked whether China would get influenced by Vajpayee's visit, Khan said, "China's influence in South Asia is stabilising. Their engagement with Pakistan has been positive... we hope that Beijing will persuade India to come to the negotiating table."


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Sub: India Misleading China: Pakistan

Mr. Khan either You dont know Georaphic or History, first see none of Indian will bow down in front of any one, neither we bowed ...


Posted by Vivek wilson





Sub: It is Beijing, Mr. Khan. Not Washington !

All your present and past civilian or military rulers (yes they only always ruled never lead the country - they are not even worthy of ...


Posted by chanakya





Sub: O GOD

What else can they think. Let me tell u Minister India & Indians have much better things to think & do. Your mind either goes ...


Posted by BHARAT





Sub: Preach what you can practice

The Pakistani officials should stick to what they say in their statements. If they are so highly against the discussions of cross-border terrorism in public, ...


Posted by Nishant Tank





Sub: Look who is talking

Mian Masood Khan (Pakistan foreign office spokesman ), why you guys have such a short memory. Kya woh din bhool gaye jab when you guys ...


Posted by Devinder




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