Islamabad, Sep 7(ANI): Pakistan on Monday asked India to provide more proof to enable it to carry forward its probe in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack instead of doubting Pakistan's sincerity.
The latest reaction of the Government of Pakistan has come following Indian Government's allegation blaming it for deliberately holding up the probe in Mumbai attacks.
"India should not doubt our sincerity in handling this case. Instead of levelling allegations they should provide us with concrete proof so that we could take this case forward in a meaningful way," said Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Abdul Basit, in an interview to BBC radio.
Basit also said that there was no involvement of the Pakistan Government in the probe, and said that all the decisions are "purely judicial".
"We want to make it clear to India that this is a purely judicial matter and the governments of Pakistan and India cannot do anything about this," Basit added.
Basit further said that that the matter was in court so no comments should be voiced over the issue.
"The matter is now in the court and it is incorrect to comment on this," Basit said. (ANI)