Pakistan protest over PM comments

Pakistani intelligence admiral accept annulled a appointment to Britain in beef at comments fabricated by David Cameron about the country's declared links to terror.The prime abbot warned Pakistan not to accept any accord with groups that "promote the consign of terror.Senior intelligence bureau admiral had been due to appear to London for talks on counter-terrorism co-operation with the UK aegis services.The adumbration adopted secretary declared the abandoning as "clearly bad news".A appointment by the President, Asif Ali Zardari, is still accepted to go ahead.Mr Cameron fabricated the comments to reporters afterwards a accent in the southern Indian burghal of Bangalore on Wednesday.He said: "We should be very, actual bright with Pakistan that we appetite to see a strong, abiding and autonomous Pakistan.We cannot abide in any faculty the abstraction that this country is accustomed to attending both means and is able, in any way, to advance the consign of terror, whether to India or whether to Afghanistan or anywhere abroad in the world.