India's hidden agenda in providing access to Pak

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P Chidambaram
New Delhi, March 2: India has once again showed the not-so-friendly neighbours its large heartedness and has extended the olive branch to ensure peace in the region by allowing Pakistan access to question the witnesses of the Mumbai terror attacks.

India has agreed to the Pak request "in principle" to allow a commission from Pakistan to question the witness only on one condition; if Pakistan allows the Indian counterparts access to the Pakistanis accused in the deadly terror attacks.

Home Minister P Chidambaram in a press conference commented, “We have also sent them a request asking them if they would agree to a team from India to question the people who are suspects. We are awaiting an answer for the question that we have put."

On being asked if India will respond similarly, if Pakistan turns down its request, Chidambaram said, “It does not mean one way or the other. We will take a view once we get a final and firm answer." He added that India will oblige to Pakistan's request of providing documentary evidence to the terror attacks in the next few days.

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