Islamabad, Sept 7 (ANI): Pakistan is not satisfied with the Indian reply to about 50 questions related to terror suspect David Coleman Headley, which were sent to New Delhi last month.
"The Indian response to our queries is hardly relevant," the Dawn quoted a senior official, as saying.
The Pakistani interior ministry had asked questions about Headley's alleged role in the Mumbai terror strikes, and whether he had been kept under surveillance during his nine visits to India.
The latest dossier from New Delhi, containing replies to questions posed by Pakistani investigators, was handed over to Pakistan's High Commissioner to India, Mr Shahid Malik, on Friday.
There has been no official comment from the Pakistani government regarding the answers on Headley.
Foreign Office spokesman, Abdul Basit, said that the Indian dossier was still being examined.
Earlier, Delhi had dismissed the questions from Pakistan as 'delaying tactics'. (ANI)