NEW DELHI (Agencies) - A US diplomatic cable leaked by whistleblower website WikiLeaks quotes Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as saying that in 2006, he had reached an understanding on Kashmir with then Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. The cable claims Dr Singh told an American delegation headed by House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Howard Berman in April 2008 that We had reached an understanding in back channels, in which Musharraf had agreed to a non-territorial solution to Kashmir that included freedom of movement and trade. While the revelation is not new, as many Pakistani politicians and diplomats have spoken about the same in the past, but it is the first time a reaction from the Indian side has come to the fore. 'Questioned by Representative Sheila Jackson-Lee about relations with Pakistan, the Prime Minister said Delhi and Islamabad had made great progress prior to February 2007, when President Musharraf ran into trouble, the cable adds. It also quotes the PM as saying that India wants a strong, stable, peaceful, democratic Pakistan and makes no claim on 'even an inch of Pakistani territory. There had been speculation of a deal being worked upon when Musharraf had at that time announced a four-point formula and Singh spoke about making borders irrelevant. A plea to make the contentious Siachen Glacier a mountain of peace was also made. However, New Delhi has so far made no official confirmation of any such deal. It is believed that the solution also included free trade and movement across the Line of Control. Musharrafs four points, meanwhile, included demilitarisation, maximum autonomy, making border irrelevant and joint management of the area. Another WikiLeaks cable has revealed that Prime Minister Singh and former National Security Advisor (NSA) MK Narayanan differed on talks with Pakistan. The cable exposes that Narayanan readily conceded that he had differences with the prime minister. The cable adds that the former NSA described the PM as a great believer in talks and negotiations with Islamabad, while Narayanan himself was not a great believer in Pakistan. He added that after the Prime Minister spoke in speeches of Indias shared destiny with Pakistan, he told the PM you have a shared destiny, we dont. After a series of blunders, WikiLeaks on Friday dumped its entire archive of 251,287 unfiltered and unedited secret US diplomatic cables online, drawing an angry response from its media collaborators.