New Delhi, Jan 30: Pakistan's deadline to react to the dossier of evidence within 48 hours is over. Pakistan's preliminary investigations on Mumbai attacks have concluded that the attacks were planned outside the country. In the wake, India has urged Islamabad to make the investigation report public.
Reports suggest that Pakistan was likely to brief diplomats in Islamabad about the findings of its investigations before making it public. In fact, the process of briefing has already started with Zardari meeting the ambassadors of a few European countries, a couple of day ago.
Meanwhile, regarding the deadline fixed by the Pakistan themselves, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said that Pakistan's self-imposed deadline of completing its preliminary investigation into Mumbai attacks had been reached long ago and India was waiting for Islamabad's response to the dossier that had been provided to it.
"We did not give them any deadline. They fixed their own deadline. We would like to see them complying with it," Mukherjee told reporters on Thursday, Jan 29.
Pakistan had given 10 days to its three member Federal Investigating Agency team to look into the dossier of evidence. The 10-day duration expired on Jan 27.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)