While some voiced out that the dossier was not a credible evidence, some gave the statement that the dossier was looked into. "It's not complete evidence, hopefully there's more to come," said Minister for State, Malik Ammad Khan.
The contradiction came within no time when Pak official Shahid Malik said, "India has handed over the material to us. There is no question of rejecting it. We are examining it".
The Prime Minister's remarks were condemned by the Pakistan's foreign office as propoganda offence. Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari even were more belligerent.
Zardari reportedly told Gilani over the phone that, "Pakistan is a responsible state and has always wanted peace. But this should not be considered its weakness".&13;
Sources in Pakistan say a committee will examine the evidence provided by India. The committee will also review Azam Amir Kasav's confession, which Islamabad claims is doctored.
"The confession given by the so-called Pakistani was in Hindi. Pakistanis do not speak in Hindi," said Pakistani Ambassador to UK, Wajid Shamsul Hasan.&13;
However, Pakistan is preparing a counter-dossier which that speaks about India's alleged involvement in the Mumbai Terror strikes.
Officials say Islamabad will now would soon demand that a Pakistani team be allowed to question Kasav in the presence of the Indian investigators.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)&13;