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Pak extends support for probe in Delhi blasts

Pak fully condoles the Indian Govt as well as with the families of the victims, Pak Prez said.

india Updated: Nov 01, 2005 02:28 IST

Pakistan President Pervez Musharrafon Mondayextended "unequivocal" support to India in the investigation of the "dastardly terrorist attack" blasts in Delhi on Saturday.

"Pakistan fully condoles the Government of India as well as with the families of the victims of the dastardly terrorist attack and extends unequivocal support in any investigation," Musharraf toldmedia personsat the Army House.

He expressed his happiness over the agreement reached between India and Pakistan to open five relief centres along the LoC for the victims of the recent earthquake on both sides of Kashmir.

"I am all for going beyond it. If any Kashmiri wants to come this side or go to the other side, they are welcome to take part in the reconstruction process," Musharraf said.

He said that the cooperation between the two countries in providing relief to the victims of the quake was an opportunity that should be utilised for moving towards a solution to the Kashmir issue. "I think it is a great opportunity," he added.

He said the militaries on both sides of the LoC suffered during the earthquake and India and Pakistan should think of demilitarising the whole of Kashmir.

First Published: Oct 31, 2005 19:35 IST