Stop asking questions and initiate action: Chidambaram to Pak

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New Delhi, July 29 (ANI): Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday lashed out at Pakistan over the 26/11 probe, and said it should stop asking questions as every information they have asked for is in the dossier and should initiate the prosecution of the 26/11 perpetrators of the attack.

Speaking to the media outside parliament Chidambaram said India has handed over every information that was asked for by Pakistan in the dossier handed over to it after the attack. India has given Pakistan enough time to proceed with investigations, Chidambaram added.

Chidambaram's statement came a day after Pakistan's expressed its unwillingness to arrest Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) Chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed on the basis of statements linking him to the 26/11 attacks.

Pakistan's Interior Minster Rehman Malik told Pakistani media on Tuesday, that the government did not have any information about Saeed's involvement in the attack on Mumbai.

Malik had asked New Delhi to provide some substantial evidences to initiate some credible action.

Malik also alleged that some Indians are also equally involved in the attack and Pakistan has sought information about this from the Indian Government, he added.

Saeed is the founder of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terror group, is also an accused in the attack on parliament. The LeT had morphed into the JuD after it was banned in the aftermath of the attack.

Pakistan has been changing g its stand on Saaed frequently. First, he was put under house arrest in December last year after the United Nations (UN) named him as a terrorist. Then he was let off for want of solid evidence.

Meanwhile, a section of the Pakistani media claimed on Wednesday that the investigating agencies in that country have adequate proof of the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) being directly involved in the 26/11-terror attack.

The report also discloses that training of attackers was codenamed as 'Azizabad.' The investigators seized militant literature, inflatable lifeboats, detailed maps of the Indian coastline, handwritten literature on navigational training and an intelligence course manual, report says. (ANI)

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