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    Nobody to be given to India: Musharraf

    http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/jan20...main/main1.htm

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan announced Wednesday that India would regret if it decides to commit aggression, as all major steps to safeguard the country have been taken.

    "Pakistan wants peace and de-escalation, but enemy will be responded adequately on land, air and at high sea," President General Pervez Musharraf told the joint meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) and Federal Cabinet here Wednesday. The meeting was attended by NSC-Cabinet members, some senior military leaders and governors of the provinces.

    The president informed the meeting that the question of handing over anybody to India did not arise. "If there is any allegation against any of the individual, the evidence should be provided to us. The government of Pakistan will examine the evidence and act against those elements under the law of the land," Gen. Musharraf said.

    President Musharraf on Wednesday chaired at least three highly strategic meetings: Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee meeting, joint NSC-Cabinet meeting, and inter-provincial meeting on law and order.

    Addressing the NSC-Cabinet meeting, President Musharraf expressed the hope that there would be no conflict, no clash but if any attack is launched against Pakistan, India would be inflicted damage it would not like to have.

    Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Muhammad Aziz, Foreign Secretary Inamul Haq and Cabinet Secretary gave extensive briefings on the existing situation on borders with state of Pakistan army's preparedness, the intense phase of international diplomacy to avert war and the preparations made for civil defence with checking of food stock, communications and other matters.

    Briefing newsmen, Secretary Information Syed Anwar Mehmood quoted President Musharraf as saying: "Frequent contacts with world leaders are being maintained, as Pakistan would never be the first to start war."

    President Musharraf also removed all illusions on the Pakistani response to Indian moves saying "we will hit back strongly and as effectively as possible." He said Pakistan would be defended with the spirit of Iman and by the grace of Almighty Allah, as the Pakistani nation would stand united at this critical juncture.

    In the briefings, it was revealed that Indians have deployed several corps and mechanized divisions on advanced offensive position. The meeting, said information secretary, took serious note of the announcement of Indian military exercises.

    President Musharraf also announced that "the question of handing over anybody to India does not arise, as some people are trying to create a perception that what measures are being taken in Pakistan against terrorism are stemmed from the fact of being under pressure."

    Information Secretary Anwar Mehmood said action against terrorists and some organisations, and the deweaponisation drive were initiated much before the September 11 incident, and it was cabinet which approved amendments in the anti-terrorist act and the president announced banning of some organisations with two more on the watch list.

    "A national policy was formed, as it is in Pakistan's interest to take such measures," said Mehmood.

    He said some four RAW agents were nabbed and produced before a Sindh court for their involvement in terrorist attack on a railcar on December 25. "The investigations have now been completed, and it has been proved that RAW was behind all this, as four of its agents have now been taken into custody," said the secretary.

    He said Pakistan is always supportive of dialogue to be held anywhere; any time and problems should be resolved through civilized process of talks. He said the world leaders are appreciating Pakistan's policy of restraint. "We want peace but not at the cost of our dignity and honour," said the information secretary.

    About civil defence preparations in case of war, Mehmood said all the matters on that count will be dealt with by a seven-member core committee comprising several secretaries

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    Musharraf again refusing to bow before the enemy!!!
    Muslims are so good at dividing that they can divide the atom. If you see two Muslims, probably they belong to 3 parties.
    Al-Ghazali

    #2
    President Musharraf also announced that "the question of handing over anybody to India does not arise, as some people are trying to create a perception that what measures are being taken in Pakistan against terrorism are stemmed from the fact of being under pressure."

    That should put to and end the Indian rags like rediff have been spreading rumours abour Pakistan extraditing people to India. One must ask now what has India achieved with all it's bombast and bluster? Nothing.

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      #3
      yeah, earlier they said no one would be touched and no party banned unless India provides some evidence.

      they just understand the language of spanking.

      just keep watching.

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        #4
        Yeah freemind and you provide honest facts.
        Frankly i think this is good.
        And the CE will make the stand at this point.
        Provide the proof.
        And then WE will see what needs to be done.

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        Ours is not to reason why;
        Ours is but to do and die
        You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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          #5
          Originally posted by FreeMind:
          yeah, earlier they said no one would be touched and no party banned unless India provides some evidence.

          they just understand the language of spanking.

          just keep watching.


          FreeofMind

          Jaish struck again, and you keep whining.
          Told ya boy business as usual

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            #6
            Originally posted by CM:
            Yeah freemind and you provide honest facts.
            Ah you mean the Iran, Locekbie and Wolpert fibs

            Excellent tactical diplomatic moves by the President, which has world leader after world leader praising him. Poor India has once again internationalised the issue of Kashmir even further with it's whining and whimpering.

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              #7
              nobody is going to give in to suicide bombing
              nuke blackmail.

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                #8
                The Kashmiri people have not given up despite the litany of rape, pillaging and slaughter carried out against them by the 700,000 Indian occupation army in Kashmir. Their freedom struggle is of the utmost importance and every Pakistani will support it, until the Kashmiri's are free.

                [This message has been edited by Malik73 (edited January 02, 2002).]

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                  #9
                  Again - the right move. We do not have an extradition treaty with India and we dont need to hand over anyone to them. Why dont they first hand over the MQM terrorists that they have supported, sheltered and financed since 1988 and then we will see.

                  Till then - they can go to hell.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Yasir -:
                    Again - the right move. We do not have an extradition treaty with India and we dont need to hand over anyone to them.
                    If we dont have one, it doesn't take long to sign one btw latest news is India(jaswant Singh) has given the proof of LET/JEM involvment in dec 13 attacks to Pakistan, Lets wait what is the new excuse our friends come up with.

                    Why dont they first hand over the MQM terrorists that they have supported, sheltered and financed since 1988 and then we will see.
                    MQM ? You mean Mohazir Quami Movement ? Did you ask your mohazir brothers about MQM ? BTW, has pakistan govt ever asked India for any MQM members ? As far as I know Altaf Hussain is living in UK and not India.

                    Till then - they can go to hell.
                    same to you

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                    AK

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                      #11
                      I thought you were a Paki....
                      but the way you spelled MQM tell is it all

                      Originally posted by Asif_k:
                      "Mohazir Quami Movement"


                      بِن دانا پانی میں جی لواں
                      بِن انَک میں جی نہ سکاں

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Asif_k:
                        If we dont have one, it doesn't take long to sign one btw latest news is India(jaswant Singh) has given the proof of LET/JEM involvment in dec 13 attacks to Pakistan, Lets wait what is the new excuse our friends come up with.



                        Well, when we sign one - then we'll talk. As far as the "handing over of proof" goes - Ill believe it when Ill see it. I dont think fernandes, advani and co have finished putting the final touches on it yet. Even right wingers are not machines - and we're talking about senile right wingers too.


                        MQM ? You mean Mohazir Quami Movement ? Did you ask your mohazir brothers about MQM ? BTW, has pakistan govt ever asked India for any MQM members ? As far as I know Altaf Hussain is living in UK and not India.
                        Asif - tum pehley apnee history check karo.Altaf Hussain was their leader - lekin all his chamchas are in India.The Munu Babas, Jimmys and Tariqs have all been hiding in your country for years with the support of your govt. Not to mention the fact that tum log kee intelligence agencies unn ko funding aur support de rahee hai. As a result, MQM - which by the way is Mohajir Qaumi Movement - became and still is the largest terrorist party in Pakistan. Since the army started cracking down on them in 92, they ran to India and despite requests made by the governments of Benazir Bhutto as well as Nawaz Sharif - you losers refused to hand them over.

                        So - why dont you guys take a good long hard look in the mirror.Give us the terrorists you`ve been hinding and then you can ask for the Jihadis. Im not fond of Jihadis at all - lekin I would prefer dealing with them under my own country's laws rather than handing them over to you people while you continue to support the terrorists of the MQM.

                        Kyuun Asif - aab Batao.

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                          #13
                          I thought that the fact that Pakistan would never hand over anyone to India was a pretty forgone conclusion. No news cuts needed for that.

                          As for the possibility of ever signing an extradition treaty, I doubt it will ever happen between the two. It would be a cold day in hell.

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                            #14
                            BTW 19 of the 20 in the list are once Indian nationals except the 20th Maulana Azhar Masood. so I am willing to bet that Pakistan will eventually hand over atleast some of those to India. no big deal just another U-turn from the earlier stated position.

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                              #15
                              What do you mean by 'once-indian'? Do they hold Pak citizenship now? Pretty doubtful.

                              If 19 are indeed indians, then it wont be a U-turn from the previous policy to hand them over. It would perhaps enforce the fact that the terrorists who strike India are their homegrown progenys....and Pakistan would be more than glad to get rid of them

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