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Pakistan favours more bus routes

April 15, 2005 20:53 IST

On the eve of President Pervez Musharraf's visit to India, Pakistan said it favoured opening of more bus routes across the Line of Control depending on the success of the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus service.

Foreign Minister Khurshid M Kasuri told Geo TV in an interview that Pakistan wanted political leadership of both sides, including the Hurriyat Conference, to meet and interact.

He said Pakistan had no objection to its president, prime minister and leader of the opposition going to Jammu and Kashmir and New Delhi to hold talks.

Similarly, the leaders from the other side should be permitted to visit Pakistan, he said.

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we indians are being fooled from 1947 till 2005 april 15th. and we shall be continuing to get fooled by pakis. They will always support ...


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