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India Asks Pakistan to Grasp Hand of Friendship

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TEHRAN, Feb 25 (ICANA) – With the dialogue process set to be resumed, India on Thursday asked Pakistan to grasp its hand of friendship and made it clear that all issues can be resolved.
Friday, February 25, 2011 6:40:33 PM
India Asks Pakistan to Grasp Hand of Friendship

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, replying to the Motion of Thanks, in Parliament, the President's Address, said there were 'hopeful signs' and an atmosphere in which negotiations between the two countries can go forward. 'I sincerely hope and believe that the new ruling classes of Pakistan would grasp the hands of our friendship and recognize that whatever are our differences, terror as an instrument of State policy, is something that no civilized society ought to use,' he said. Asserting that dialogue was the only way to resolve differences, Singh noted that Foreign Secretaries of the two countries had agreed to resume the dialogue process after a bilateral meeting in Thimphu last month. Singh said full development of the Indian sub-continent could not be achieved unless India and Pakistan normalize the relations between them. 'I have been working for that objective since 2005,' he said. The Prime Minister said he was convinced and believed that there was growing conviction in Pakistan's thinking population as well that terrorism was not an instrument which can be used by any civilized government as an instrument of State policy.

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