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ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (SEPTEMBER 21, 2002) (REUTERS) SLV INTERIOR MINISTER, MOINUDDIN HAIDER, WITH REUTERS REPORTERS MCU HAIDER SV REPORTERS/HAIDER FACING REUTERS TEAM (2 SHOTS) MCU (English) MOINUDDIN HAIDER, PAKISTAN'S INTERIOR MINISTER SAYING: "In the U.S consulate bombing, this group is involved, the al Almi group, but they have no connection with al Qaeda. It is a local group based in Karachi, those who think that the government should not be siding with the Americans in this war against terrorism. They think Muslims are being targeted in Palestine and Kashmir and that we should not be joining hands with the Americans. So they are not happy with the government policies; they want to embarrass the government." SV REPORTER ASKING QUESTION CU HAIDER'S HANDS MCU (English) HAIDER SAYING: "So far, no clear cut linkage has been established, but certainly someone is financing all of this -- the attack on churches, on U.S consulate and the French technicians bombing. Somebody is, and we are desperately trying to establish this linkage." CU HANDS SV HAIDER FACING REPORTERS MCU (English) HAIDER SAYING: "Those people from al Qaeda who have been apprehended and who have been interrogated by us jointly with the FBI, they have said: "We are running for our lives; we are lying low here." They are not organising themselves in Pakistan; they know that the conditions in Pakistan are not conducive. Pakistan is not a safe place, not a sanctuary." SV REPORTER MCU (English) HAIDER SAYING: "Weapons are not going to be seen on polling stations; and the Election Commission has given a Code of Conduct which I'm quite sure the parties will follow. And with my overstretched police forces I hope we'll be able to have the elections over peacefully. Unless, of course, our next door neighbours want to disturb it and they want to send their agents or something. In Pakistan, nobody is targeting elections; nobody has said so." / CU OFHAIDER'S HANDS (3 SHOTS) SLV REPORTERS MCU (English) HAIDER SAYING: "They would like to disrupt, they would like to see that Pakistan does not make progress, they would like to see that no investment comes here. They would like to paint that everything is in turmoil here and that there are many terrorist groups here and.. to give us a bad name." CU OF HANDS MCU (English) HAIDER SAYING: "As far as I am concerned, I feel it is a long journey; and we have to organise ourselves on a sustainable basis to counter terrorism. And let me say, our concern is not al Qaeda alone; it is also the breakaway factions of religious and extremist and militant groups; it is also sectarian killings which played havoc in the 1990's in Pakistan. My concern is also organised crime mafias." SV HAIDER LEAVING Initials Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved
Dateline: 2002

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