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Share info on terror,says Pak

Pakistan on Tuesday said it could not take “lightly” PM Manmohan Singh’s remarks about terror groups based in Pakistan planning fresh attacks....

Written by Press Trust Of India | Islamabad |
August 19, 2009 4:06:40 am

Pakistan on Tuesday said it could not take “lightly” PM Manmohan Singh’s remarks about terror groups based in Pakistan planning fresh attacks on India and is awaiting New Delhi’s response to its request for sharing information.

“If the (Indian) Prime Minister says something like this,we can’t take it lightly,” Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi told reporters on the sidelines of an official function here. “If there is such information with (India),share it with the government of Pakistan so that we can pre-empt such an act,” he said in response to a question about Singh’s comments that India had “credible information” of plans by terrorist groups in Pakistan to carry out fresh attacks.

The Foreign Office had on Monday conveyed to India’s acting Deputy High Commissioner that New Delhi should share any information it has about possible terror threats. Qureshi said that Pakistan has condemned terrorism at all forums and wants peace and stability in the region and friendly relations with all its neighbours.

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