(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Pakistani Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali has said that the government's policy to fight against terrorism is "unwavering". He said outlawed terrorist organizations would not be able to revive their activities, and Pakistan would continue its drive against al-Qa'idah remnants. The prime minister called on India to hold talks with Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, and pledged he could go to India for talks at any time. In response to a British statement on restoring Pakistan's Commonwealth membership, he said no one had the right to interfere with Pakistan's internal affairs, and that Pakistan was "not too keen" to get the membership restored. The following is the text of a report by Pakistani newspaper The News web site on 15 November
Islamabad: Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali said on Friday [14 November] that the campaign against extremism and terrorism would determinedly continue.
"The government is implementing a clear unwavering policy in this connection," Jamali told reporters at an Iftar-dinner [Muslim dinner for fast-breaking] he hosted for them at the Prime Minister's House. The prime minister said the ban on Jaish-i-Mohammad and other similar outfits was in place. …