By Barbara Plett (BBC News, Islamabad) Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari says India has never been a threat to Pakistan, and that militants in Indian-administered Kashmir are terrorists. The unorthodox views run counter to those held by Pakistan’s military, which views India as a threat.
Pakistan’s powerful military has long-defined India as an existential threat, and in the past it has given covert backing to the militants in Kashmir. Mr Zardari’s comments thus mark a radical break with the past.
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