Kasab's extradition: Zardari disappointed by India's refusal

President Asif Ali Zardari expressed disappointment over India’s failure to extradite Ajmal Kasab to Pakistan.


Express May 29, 2010

ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari expressed disappointment over India’s failure to extradite Ajmal Kasab to Pakistan.

The president said, in an interview to a foreign magazine, that non-state elements like Kasab can become a cause for war among countries.

Zardari said that he was disappointed by Indian attitude on the issue of handing over Kasab.

He said the democratic government or the parliament is under no threat and that the US has not asserted any pressure on Pakistan, regarding its economic ties with Iran.

Zardari added that Pakistan is willing to trade with all neighbouring countries in the best interest of the nation.

COMMENTS (1)

Tanzeel | 11 years ago | Reply India know how our courts blindly issuing clean chits to the terrorists like Hafiz Saeed etc. and I am sure Zardari is not disappointed on India's refusal because Zardari would be the man in trouble by India and Int'l powers if our superior courts released Kassab.
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