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Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said he would like to meet Hurriyat leaders during his July 14-16 visit to India but it was up to the Indian authorities to allow it.

"I would love to meet them, and it's in the fitness of things that they (Hurriyat leaders) be allowed to meet me", Musharraf said in interview with The Associated Press yesterday.

"It is entirely up to the Indian government. But I would like to urge them that it is only logical that they be allowed to meet me", Musharraf said.

India has maintained that Hurriyat has no role in Indo-Pak talks.

PTI/AP

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