Washington, Apr 2: The United States has said that no decision has yet been taken on whether India will have direct access to the Pakistani-American terror suspect David Coleman Headley.
Speaking to reporters, the Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, Robert Blake said, "We are very much committed to full information sharing with the government on that."
He further said, "However, no decision has yet been made on the question whether they will have direct access to David Headley."
"The US Department of Justice is working with the Government of India to discuss the modalities for such cooperation," Blake said.
"We understand that there's a lot of information that Headley has that is of great interest to India, particularly because he was scouting out some possible sites," Blake said.
"The government of Pakistan does remain committed to prosecuting those who were responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks," Blake added.