Musharraf calls for Pak cooperation in 26/11 investigations

March 8th, 2009 - 7:37 pm ICT by ANI  

Pervez Musharraf

New Delhi, Mar 8 (ANI): Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has said that the Pakistani Government should cooperate in the Mumbai attacks investigations and punish the perpetrators behind them.
Addressing a function organised by ASSOCHAM in New Delhi on Sunday, Musharraf said terrorists have no nationality.
However, he blamed India for creating war hysteria post the 26/11 attacks.
Calling for the enhancement of people-to-people contacts between New Delhi and Islamabad to boost bilateral trade and economy, Musharraf said economic integration would play a major role in achieving progress and well-being in India, Pakistan and the rest of the world.
Musharraf, who arrived in India on Friday to participate in the ”India Today” Conclave, interacted with top politicians and experts and urged them to overcome the burden of history and move towards peaceful relations by addressing all issues.
This is Musharraf’’s first visit to India after he demitted office last year.
Before returning, Musharraf, born in Delhi, will go to various places of tourist interest in the New Delhi, including the Purana Quilla and Red Fort. (ANI)

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