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Pakistan Denies Passed Funds to Kashmir Separatists

Pakistan said on Friday it had protested to India over Indian accusations that its acting ambassador in New Delhi gave money to Kashmiri separatists. The foreign ministry said in a statement the allegations “accusing Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan Mr. Jalil Abbas Jilani of providing money to representatives of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference” were “ridiculous and baseless.” The Hurriyat is an alliance of more than two dozen separatist political groups in Indian Kashmir where separatist Muslim guerrillas have been fighting Indian rule since 1989. More than 38,000 people have been killed in the conflict. India has long accused Muslim Pakistan of arming, training and financing militants in Kashmir — charges rejected by Pakistan which says it gives only moral support to what it calls the legitimate freedom struggle of the Kashmiri people. Full Story

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