Steps taken to address Indian concerns on inflitration: Pak
24 July 2004
The Hindustan Times
Press Trust of India
Islamabad: President Pervez Musharraf has said that Pakistan has taken 'major steps' to address India's concerns over infiltration of terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir. Musharraf conveyed this to External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh during their 90-minute meeting at the President's official Army House residence in Rawalpindi on Friday, media reports in Islamabad said on Saturday, quoting Pakistani officials. At the meeting, Singh raised India's concerns over the issue of infiltration and militant training camps in Pakistan for which Musharraf said that 'major steps' have already been taken to address these concerns, local daily Dawn reported. He told Singh that Pakistani government was being criticised for taking 'unilateral' steps in this regard without India taking any 'reciprocal measures,' it said.