Islamabad, May 12: Pakistan has revealed that it has completed the probe into the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Director General Tariq Khosa informed the National Assembly's Standing Committee on Interior Affairs that the probe into the Mumbai terror attacks has been completed and five accused were also nabbed by the authorities.
Khosa claimed the FIA completed the investigation without any assistance from foreign agencies.
He said challans of all the five people, arrested during the probe, would be submitted in the court soon, The Daily Times reports.
Khosa said Pakistan is much more serious and efficient in carrying out the investigations than India, as New Delhi has nabbed only two persons in this regard.
Khosa also informed the members of the committee that the perpetrators of the Marriott hotel bombing in Islamabad have been arrested.
However, he refused to name any group or person involved in the blast.