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Speaking at the golden jubilee celebrations of the Kannada weekly, Jwalamukhi, he said it was time India started a dialogue with Pakistan. "The new century has brought India face to face with a vicious form of terrorism. Though it has its roots in Pakistan, the latter is now trying to destroy the Frankenstein it created," he said.
"I don't think they [Indian rulers] are really serious about utilising the opportunity. There has never been a more auspicious time to settle this dispute," he told newspersons later.
He said he believed that Pakistan partly dismantled terror networks. "May be with greater sincerity Islamabad could accomplish it much better. But still, we must take them at their word. We must meet them and tell them that some terrorism still persists. So, let us sit down and decide how to stop it."
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