Lahore/New Delhi, Feb. 6 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said today Pakistan will reveal report on Mumbai attack on Monday.
He said that he will receive the report on investigation into the Mumbai attacks on Monday and its findings will be made public thereafter.
The findings of the report will be shared with India and the world community, the PM told reporters at the airport after arriving here from Islamabad.
The facts will not be kept concealed, The News quoted, Gilani as saying.
Regarding Pakistan's stand on Kashmir, Gilani said Pakistan is not silent on the issue and wants it to be resolved in accordance with the "wishes" of the Kashmiri people.
Relations between the both countries have been strained since militants killed 179 people in Mumbai terror attacks.
Earlier, Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma has said that Pakistan must stop pointing to red herrings and drawing attention away from the central issue of action against those responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks.
Reacting to reports from Pakistan's investigators that Bangladesh based terror outfit Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami (HuJI) could be connected to the Mumbai attacks, Sharma said, "Pakistan must stop obfuscations, deflections and pointing to red herrings. There has to be a demonstrated action against the organization and individuals that have been named."
India has already sent a dossier containing the confession of a surviving attacker, satellite phone intercepts between the attackers and their handlers in Pakistan and a list of Pakistani-made weapons used by the militants to Islamabad. (ANI)