Islamabad, Sep 4: India's continual attempts to bring the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack perpetrators to justice was again met by the Pakistan's contempt which described the latest dossier on Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed as a 'rehash' of information from the previous dossiers.
"I can tell you that the last dossier was almost a rehash of information which we have received in the previous dossiers," said Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Basit echoing what the Interior Minister, Rehman Malik told the Saudi newspaper Arab News earlier.
On Aug 21, India handed over Pakistan on the role of the Jammat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief, Hafiz Saeed in the 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks of 2008 after Pak said that there was not enough information to prosecute him.
Basit also said that the country was still waiting for New Delhi to fix a date and venue for talks between the two Foreign Secretaries as agreed at Sharm-el-Sheikh.
He also clarified that the talks between the two countries should not be seen as a favour but as an inevitability.