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Mr. Advani is understood to have conveyed India's concern over the continued support to cross-border terrorism by Pakistan and its attempt to disrupt the coming elections in Jammu and Kashmir.
Funding of Kashmiri militants by London-based Muslim extremists is also believed to have come up for discussions.
India has provided documentary proof to the British authorities with regard to funding of militants in Jammu and Kashmir by London-based Kashmiri separatist leader, Ayub Thakur, with a plea for his trial in Britain.``Pakistan must abandon terrorism as an instrument of State policy before India could resume dialogue with it.''
The Deputy Prime Minister, who is on a three-day official visit, had a luncheon meeting with Mr. Prescott. PTI
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