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Cameron warns Pakistan on exporting terror

Thursday, 29 July 2010, 02:49 Hrs   |    4 Comments
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Cameron warns Pakistan on exporting terror
Bangalore: British PM David Cameron began his India visit with a clear warning to Pakistan that it should stop "exporting" terror to its neighbourhood, even as he asserted that India was crucial for his country's economic future.

"We want to see a strong, stable and democratic Pakistan, but we cannot tolerate in any sense export of terrorism, whether to India, Afghanistan or anywhere in the world," Cameron said in his address at the Infosys Technologies campus on the outskirts of Bangalore.

Expressing concern over the reported leakage of funds from the multi-billion dollar military aid Britain and the U.S. had been giving to Pakistan post 9/11 to fight militants on its territory, Cameron ruled out a relationship with any group promoting terrorism or backing insurgency in India.

"I will apprise Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Thursday in New Delhi on what I had discussed with U.S. President Barak Obama during my recent visit to Washington on the issue because when it comes to protecting innocent people, we cannot overlook what is happening in Afghanistan and Pakistan," he noted.

Cameron, who arrived with the largest ever delegation accompanying, stressed on the importance of eonomic ties in bilateral relations.

"India has become very important for our future, mainly for economic reasons as your country represents an enormous opportunity for our companies," Cameron told about 2,000 techies and captains of India Inc. in the Infosys campus.

"I want to see thousands of more jobs in Britain and in India through partnerships and investments in the months and years ahead. The core purpose of my visit this time is to create opportunities for generating many more jobs in my country as well as in India," Cameron said in his 30-minute address on a cloudy and rainy afternoon.

He also reasserted Britain's traditional support to India's bid for a permanent seat in the UN Security Council.

"India matters to the world because it's not only a rising power, but also a responsible global power. The time has come for India to take the seat it deserves in the United Nations Security Council," Cameron asserted.

Admitting that he was not ashamed to say one of the reasons why he was in India was to attract more foreign investment into Britain, Cameron said he would discuss all the three things with Manmohan Singh Thursday.

Before flying to New Delhi after a day-long visit, which began with a breakfast meeting with Karnataka Governor H.R. Bhardwaj, Cameron visited defence behemoth Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) for a firsthand account of its operations, including a static display of military aircraft and helicopters.

He also witnessed the sealing of the 700 million pounds (5,110 crore) deal by British aerospace major BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce with HAL for the license-production of 57 additional Hawk advanced jet trainers (AJTs).

British ministers, meanwhile, fanned across the country as they visited institutions and met various Indian officials, with Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne in Mumbai; Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs William Hague and Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport, Jeremy Hunt in Delhi and Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willets in Chennai.

In Mumbai, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the London Stock Exchange and India's National Stock Exchange.
Source: IANS
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Reader's comments(4)
1: Now they are feeling the very need of India so all these statements are coming..this is nothing more than buttering to India..They will continue helping Pakistan with wealth & arms.
Posted by:Kunwar Abhishek - 29 Jul, 2010
2: PREVIOUSLY THEY NEVER REALIZE THAT IF THEY FUND PAKISTHAN THE MONEY WILL MOVE TO TERRORIST.............. NOW DUE SECRET OFFICIAL PROOFS BECOME PUBLIC AND THEY REALIZE. BUT, SINCE PAKISTHAN AND INDIA ARE NOT REACTING PROPERLY ON EXPOSURE OF THE US DOCUMENTS SO MAY BE THEY ARE WORRIED!
Posted by:JYOTI - 29 Jul, 2010
3: Many countries have warned Pakistan.....so what.....
Posted by:geeta - 28 Jul, 2010
4:
They warn and the same is funded by them for the growth of these type of uncertainity in world so they can control the economy.
Makes no sence till we on our own take step to control -like Isarael - the stand they take which is appraciated is " you will kill one person ...we will kill two" economy growth will take its on own if you have better thoughts and person. GOD SAVE US FROM THIS POLITICS AND POLITICIANS
sarita Replied to: geeta - 29 Jul, 2010
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