Ishtiak Ahmed
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President Zardari 'should have stayed' in Pakistan

Pakistan's president is due to land in Britain amid a row over comments made about the country's role in terrorism by UK Prime Minister David Cameron.

Ahead of his arrival, Mr Cameron again defended his claim that Pakistan must not "promote the export of terror".

President Asif Ali Zardari has also been criticised for making his UK trip while Pakistan is facing severe floods.

He "should have stayed" in Pakistan, Ishtiak Ahmed of the Bradford Council of Mosques told BBC News.

  • 03 Aug 2010
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