Mumbai attacks planned in Europe, not Pak: Pak's report

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Islamabad, Feb 9: A startling revelation of Pakistan's probe into the Mumbai terror attacks is stating that the Mumbai attacks were planned not in Pakistan but in Europe. Pakistan will be presenting the findings to the cabinet on Monday, Feb 9. The meeting that will be convened by the Pakistan's Cabinet Defence Committee on Monday, Feb 9 will be discussing the investigation report prepared by the Pakistani authorities based on the dossier of evidence provided by India.

After ten years, the Defence Committee of Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Yousuf Raza Gilani. The Committee is revived by the present government.

Media in Islamabad has reported that the Government will file cases against five Pakistanis including lone terrorist captured in the 26/11 attacks, Azam Amir Kasav for planning the attacks. The perpetrators were in constant touch through internet, sources said.

Action will be taken against the conspirators in the country according to Pakistani laws and access to Kasav will be sought to identify his Indian 'associates', the sources said.

Pakistan has also planned to ask India for access to Kasav.

"There is an important meeting of the DCC (Defence Committee of the Cabinet) on Monday, Feb 9. The report (on the Mumbai attacks) will be presented before the Committee and after studying it, we will give our views," Gilani had told reporters at Multan in Punjab province on Sunday, Feb 7.

Meanwhile, reports from Karachi are stating that three men have been arrested in links with the Mumbai terror attacks.

Sources in Islamabad say that intelligence agencies had taken the men into custody from different areas of Karachi in connection with their alleged affiliation with Kasav.

They were reportedly taken to Islamabad and an investigation was in progress. The arrests were made by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in collaboration with other intelligence agencies

OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)

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