Former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto on Sunday said if elected to power, she would work for a 'safe and open' border between India and Pakistan, starting from Kashmir.
Bhutto, who is in self-exile in London, told a private television channel that any agreement between India and a 'non-democratic' government in Pakistan would fail and only a representative government would be able to work for a sustained movement towards peace between the two countries.
The president of the Pakistan People's Party was also critical of the way Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf was going about resolving the Kashmir issue.
"He says one thing and does another," she said.
Bhutto strongly defended the Simla Agreement signed by her father Zulfikar Ali Bhutto with Indira Gandhi in 1972, saying it ensured the 'longest peace in the Indian sub-continent'.
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