Musharraf denies presence of al Qaeda leaders in PakistanDecember 9th, 2007 - 10:30 pm ICT by admin
Islamabad, Dec 9 (ANI): Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has denied the presence of al Qaeda leaders inside inside the country.
“It is just their guess. So, I don’t want to make such wild guesses,” Musharraf remarked, when asked about the reports of presence of al Qaeda leaders in Pakistan. He challenged anyone to provide him with firm intelligence, adding, “They (al Qaeda) can be anywhere,” The news quoted Musharraf, as saying in an interview.
He said that Pakistan is determined to fight terrorism and would continue its role in the war against terror. He also said that he would not support any political party in the January 8 General elections and added that all political parties would be given an equal chance.
Reiterating that emergency would be lifted by the second week of December, Musharraf said that the situation in Pakistan would be much better after it. (ANI)
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