New Delhi, Mar 3: India on Wednesday submitted another dossier seeking strict action against Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, who is believed to be the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
With the new dossier India has asked Pakistan to either hand over Saeed or take strict action against him.
In the last seven days, the is second occasion when a dossier of evidence related to 26/11 has been submitted to Pakistan
The new dossier is believed to carry more evidence against Saeed.
On February 25, during Foreign Secretary level talks India had submitted a dossier concerning the handing over of Saeed.
However, after the talk Pakisatn Foreign Secretary Bashir said the evidences presented by India against Saeed were mere literature and the nation did not have enough evidence against him.
Earlier, New Delhi had expressed severe concern over the Islamabad's inaction against Saeed.
India also expressed shock over allowing Saeed to make 'provocative and insidious' speeches against Indian in a television interview.
Saeed had declared an open Jihad against India in television interviews.
"If India is not ready to talk on water and Kashmir then Pakistan should wage a war against India. JuD will fight along with the Pakistan army," Saeed had said in the interview. (ANI)