Pak should give no room to terrorists: India

Last Updated: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 - 21:16

Astana (Kazakhstan): Ahead of foreign
secretary level talks, India on Tuesday said it was looking to a
future of peaceful co-existence on the basis of mutual trust
wherein terrorists are given no room by Pakistan to undertake
hostile activities against it.



"We have always underscored our concerns of terror
being unleashed against India quite often and we have said we
would like the region to be terror free and towards that we
would certainly expect cooperation from all the countries
including Pakistan," External Affairs Minister S M Krishna
said.
He was asked whether India would use the platform of
the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) to voice its
concerns on terror attacks in India launched from foreign
soil. Indo-Pak foreign secretary level talks are slated later
this month.



Krishna, who is here for the SCO summit, said the
foreign secretary level talks will serve an important purpose
to underline the need for Pakistan not to allow the use of its
territory for hostile activities of various terrorist
organisations.
He said the revelations of 26/11 Mumbai attacks
accused Tahawwur Rana in a Chicago court give room for the
internal churnings that are going on in Pakistan and the
motivation for Pakistan to act the way it did.



"Whatever Rana has said under oath in a court in
Chicago certainly gives room for the internal churnings that
is going on in Pakistan and the motivation for Pakistan to act
the way it did," Krishna told reporters accompanying him on a
two-day visit to Kazakhstan.



PTI



First Published: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 - 21:16

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