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Al Qaeda terrorists may flee to Kashmir: India

India on Tuesday expressed concern about the possibility of members of the Saudi extremist Osama bin Laden-led Al Qaeda terrorist network would infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir following the fall of the Taleban regime in Afghanistan.

The Taleban regime was playing host to

"A movement by the terrorists towards Kashmir is always possible," ambassador to France Kanwal Sibal told mediapersons at a press conference in Paris.

Not having the option of fleeing to Pakistan, which is under scrutiny by the international community, J&K would be the only option for these terrorists, Sibal said.

On the post-Taleban set up in Afghanistan, Sibal said, "Our position is flexible. We have to leave the Afghans to find a solution on their own."

India's special envoy on Afghanistan, S K Lambah, is currently in Bonn (Germany) where various Afghan factions have agreed to meet to discuss the formation of a broad-based representative government to replace the Taleban regime.

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