Islamabad, Jan 29: Reports suggest that Pakistan internal committee which is probing into the 26/11 attack based on the evidence shared by India has concluded that the Mumbai terror attacks were planned outside its territory. The three member committee who was appointed to probe into the incident was suppose to submit the report to India on Wednesday, Jan 28. But reports suggest that now the findings will be shared with Indian by the end of this month.
It is evident that Pakistan is in no mood to accept that terrorism is rooted there. It is all set to declare that no group or organisation in the country carried out the Nov 26, Mumbai attacks and there are apparently no references to the Lasher-e-Toiba. Reports suggest that Pakistan will formally convey its response to India later this week or early next.
Pakistan's denial was expected one and it shows that Islamabad
is not serious about taking action against the terror outfits
operating there. India now is left with no option other than
stepping up the diplomatic pressure against it. Meanwhile the Pak
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said to media that it would
soon relation the details of investigation into the Mumbai attacks.
"If there is anything substantive, we will certainly share (it)
with the world," he said. Gilani is in Davos to attend the four day
World Economic Forum.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)