Islamabad, Feb 10: Pakistan continues its flip-flop in Mumbai terror attacks case. Now it has new twist to its tale. Pakistan is now saying that 'elements in India' helped in executing the terror plan on Nov 26.
"There is a strong realisation in Pakistani security agencies that without the help of elements in India, the Mumbai crime could have not been committed," official sources were quoted as saying by the Dawn newspaper on Tuesday, Feb 10.
The paper also reported that Pakistan is asking for DNA samples of Kasav and his accomplices for further examination. This may delay the prosecution of Mumbai attackers further.
Defence Committee of the Cabinet chaired by PM Yousuf Raza Gilani reviewed Pakistan investigation report on Mumbai terror attacks. The paper also quoted that report would be sent to New Delhi soon.
In its report, Pakistan has sought results of DNA tests on Azam Kasav and the nine other attackers killed by Indian security forces so that these could be matched with their family members, if any, in Pakistan, the sources said.
Pakistan also sought information regarding IP addresses from which emails were sent to attackers by the alleged perpetrators.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)