From The Past Pages Of Dawn: 1972: Fifty Years Ago: No pressure: Bhutto.

PESHAWAR -- President Z.A. Bhutto today [Nov 18] debunked Indian charges that Pakistan was delaying the delineation of the line of control in Kashmir under foreign pressure as well as of his Army Generals, and declared that Pakistan had taken her stance on the basis of principles, and she will stand by them. The President told a mamAmoth public meeting at Mardan that PakisAtan was a sovereign country, and could not be preAsAsurised by others, and said that Indian attempts to pull a fast one on him would never succeed.

Pakistan will take the correct decision based on its principles, and would never retreat from even an inch or a hundred miles of territory, he said. The President also referred to...

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