India should ask Pak to hand over fugitives: Cong
New Delhi: As Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari arrives here on a private visit on Sunday, the Congress on Saturday said India should tell him that Islamabad hand over to
New Delhi the fugitives demanded by it.
Party spokesman Rashid Alvi told reporters that India
should send a clear message to Pakistan that it would not
tolerate any terror attack in the country from its soil and
any interference in its internal affairs.
Alvi said that India wants the best of relations with all
its neighbours including Pakistan.
Earlier in the day, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah said
that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will not mince words and
clearly convey India`s concern on terrorism and the need to
book the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai attacks when he meets
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