November 2nd, 2011
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26/11 Mumbai attack: PAK points finger at India

india-pakIslamabad: In an attempt to wash its hands off the case, Pakistan today came out with a claim that it had nothing to do with the delay in the 26/11 Mumbai terror probe. While speaking at the Istanbul summit, Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that legal complications exist and that the delay in bringing 26/11 perpetrators to book is not at all from Islamabad. Reacting to the same, India asked Pakistan to stop pointing fingers.

Malik said, “It’s not a delay on our part. There are certain legal complications, and the delay is not at all from Pakistan’s side. You know that the judicial commission was to be constituted. That has now been constituted, and the concerned Pakistani court has already asked us to find out from India as to which judicial focal point will be there in India.”

Minister of State for Defence Pallam Raju said, “There should be no finger pointing & we must work together. The perpetrators of 26/11 should be brought to justice immediately.” Meanwhile, the judicial commission that Pakistan wants to send to India to record statements of those involved in the interrogation of Ajmal Kasav is likely to visit Mumbai soon.


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