Still awaiting action on 26/11: India tells Pak

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SM Krishna
New Delhi, Nov 26: On the third anniversary of the 26/11 attack, India today (Nov 26) reminded Pakistan it was still awaiting "decisive" action against perpetrators of the crime, and said evidence provided by it was sufficient to prosecute those behind the "inhuman act".

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna also said that the use of terrorism as an instrument of state policy has no place in today's world and is self destructive.

"We are still waiting for Pakistan to act decisively to bring to justice the perpetrators of the mindless violence that was unleashed on Mumbai. We are still waiting," Krishna told reporters here.

He said the evidence given by the Home Ministry to Pakistan in the Mumbai terror attack case was sufficient for "any normal court" to prosecute the accused.

"I think the evidence provided by the Ministry of Home Affairs would be sufficient for any normal civilian court to prosecute the people involved in the conspiracy and the perpetrators of this crime," Krishna said.

"I once again call on our neighbour to bring the perpetrators of the crime to speedy justice," he said.

PTI

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