'India, Pak should act together to stop terrorism'

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Asif Ali Zardari
Islamabad, Oct 6: Pakistan President, Asif Ali Zardari said that some "non-state actors" were behind the Mumbai 2008 attacks and desired that both India and Pakistan should work together to "block such incidents in future."

He also claimed that the same "non-state actors" were trying to capture the country by weakening the democratic system with the help of massive flood relief issue.

He also expressed his concern that it would be dangerous for the whole region if these "non-state actors" succeed in their plans.

However, he, finally, expressed confidence that there would be no political change in the country through undemocratic means.

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