Dismantle terror camps, Singh tells Pak

Associated Press

New Delhi, May 30:

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today peace talks with Pakistan were on track, but offered no timeframe to resolving the Kashmir dispute. “I do believe we have moved forward. We have today an atmosphere in which we can start discussing basic problems,” Singh told a group of journalists. Singh, however, asked Islamabad to move quickly to dismantle terrorist camps he said still operate inside the Pakistan-controlled portion of Kashmir, saying a single major terror attack could derail the peace process. “I don’t minimize the difficulties that lie ahead. I have said to Pakistan that the first and foremost precondition is that terrorist elements must be under full control,” Singh said.