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Terror outfits flay Musharraf for talks with India

New Delhi, April 18, IRNA
India-Pakistan
Five militant organizations today accused Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf of surrendering before India and trading the Kashmir issue for monetary gains.

"The person who is referred to as hero of Kargil war, has kneeled before India. There is no precedent of such a meek surrender in the history of Pakistan," Samir Abdullah, joint spokesman of four militant outfits which carried out attacks on the inaugural Srinagar- Muzaffarabad bus service, said in a statement in Srinagar.

Al-Nasireen, al-Arifeen, Save Kashmir Movement and
Farzandan-e-millat also lambasted Musharraf accusing him of trading Kashmir issue for "trade, tourism and satanic culture".

"Musharraf did not display the straightforwardness that was evident during the Agra summit. As President of Pakistan, he should have worked towards granting the right to self-determination to people of Kashmir but he has failed to live upto the expectations," Chief of Jamiatul Mujahideen Sheikh Abdul Basit said in a separate statement.

He criticized Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for making it clear that there would be no redrawing of boundaries in Jammu and Kashmir and said "the fact is that Kashmir was never a part of India and its future is yet to be decided."
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