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PM Modi ready for relationship with Pak, says Dulat

 An angry former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday made it vociferously clear that he was opposed to freeing militants in exchange of passengers of hijacked IC-814 aircraft in 1999 and said the release had shown India as a "weak nation".

New Delhi: Reacting to Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed`s warning to the Pakistan government over the Kashmir issue, former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief AS Dulat on Tuesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ready for a relationship with the neighbouring country.

"No relationship can be one sided. It has to be two sided. Why is he saying that? Modi ji is ready for a relationship, that is why he met Prime Minister Sharif in Ufa," said Dulat.

As per reports, the JuD chief has warned Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif against "one-sided friendship with India".

He also reportedly stated that the Pakistani establishment must not come under pressure from the international community over the Kashmir issue and stick to its principled stance.

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