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'Non-state actors' want to take over Pak: Zardari

By The Assam Tribune

ISLAMABAD, Oct 6 (PTI) - Amid intense criticism of the government for its inept handling of the flood relief work, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has warned that "non-state actors" wanted to take over the country by weakening the democratic system.

It would be dangerous for the whole region if these "non-state actors" succeed in their plans, Zardari said, without identifying such elements.

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

The President said the 2008 Mumbai attacks too were carried out by "non-state elements" and called on democratic forces in Pakistan and India to strengthen their ties to "block such incidents in future.

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ISLAMABAD, Oct 6 (PTI) - Amid intense criticism of the government for its inept handling of the flood relief work, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has warned that "non-state actors" wanted to take over the country by weakening the democratic system.

It would be dangerous for the whole region if these "non-state actors" succeed in their plans, Zardari said, without identifying such elements.

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

The President said the 2008 Mumbai attacks too were carried out by "non-state elements" and called on democratic forces in Pakistan and India to strengthen their ties to "block such incidents in future.