Mumbai Terror Attack:India unhappy with Pak over 26/11 probe

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New Delhi, Nov 16: Ahead of the fourth anniversary of Mumbai Terror Attack 2008, government has expressed its displeasure over Pakistan's commitment to probe the 26/11 in a sincere manner. A "hurt" Indian government has decided that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is not going to visit Pakistan in the near future.

Sources in Ministry of External Affairs said that Manmohan Singh's visit to Pakistan was unlikely as India is unhappy with Pakistan's 26/11 probe.

In fact, Pakistan Prime Minister Asif Ali Zardari had earlier invited Manmohan Singh to visit Pakistan. Zardari invited Manmohan Singh during a visit to Ajmer earlier in Jul 2012. Zardari had invited the Indian Prime Minister to make a trip to his ancestral village in Punjab province on the occasion of Guru Nanak's birth anniversary which falls later this month.

An official of MEA said that the sense of hurt still remains and a little balm is necessary to enable India to move forward. India's demands to Pakistan include voice samples of suspects, speedy trial of Lashkar suspects and restrictions on Hafiz Saeed.

Pakistan has failed to bring the culprits of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack to book. Most of the times, Pakistani authorities are in a denial mode that terrorists, who attacked Mumbai almost four years back, carried out the heinous crime from their soil. In spite of India giving out sufficient evidence linking the terrorists with Pakistani soil, almost four years have passed by and victims of terror attack still await justice.

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