WASHINGTON (AFP) - Fo-rmer president Pervez Musharraf on Friday voiced disappointment that US President Barack Obama was not stopping in Pakistan on the sidelines of his maiden visit to India. I would take it as a disappointment, yes, indeed, Musharraf told MSNBC television. Musharraf also criticised Obama for not speaking about Kashmir, saying: It doesnt resonate well with the people of Pakistan. They take it that the US or the president of the US is not that concerned about Pakistans own sensitivities and interests, he said. For many US policymakers, it would be unthinkable for Obama to visit Pakistan on the sidelines of the long-promoted trip as Obama is hoping to show India that he sees it as a global power and not simply as a regional player. But Obama has a delicate balancing act as he has also tried to convince Pakistan that he sees the country as more than simply a conduit into Afghanistan for war operations.