Amritsar, Sep 22 (ANI): The Union Minister of State for Home, Ajay Makan, has said that India will continuously put pressure on Pakistan to curb terrorism originating from its soil, and added that Islamabad's response in the Mumbai attacks mastermind and Jamat-ud-Dawa chief, Hafeez Saeed's, case is unsatisfactory.
Talking to reporters after tour of border districts of Punjab, Makan reiterated India's stand that government was not happy with the way Pakistan was dealing with the Saeed's case.
He further said that the government has not adopted any soft stance towards Pakistan.
"We are not satisfied at all and we have been conveying it to Pakistan the way it was dealing with Hafeez Saeed. Our government wants them to deliver results because we are convinced that the Saeed was one of the perpetrators of the 26/11", he said.
Earlier, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram had said that Saeed should be interrogated for the Mumbai terror attacks.
Chidambaram after inaugurating non-stop Chennai-New Delhi Duronto Express said that entire evidence against Saeed's involvement in the 26/11 attacks is present in Pakistan itself.
"He has been charged under two FIR's unrelated to the 26/11. But if that is a face saving technique, I have no objection. His role in the 26/11 must be investigated. The evidence is not on Indian soil. All the evidence against Saeed is on Pakistan's soil. Therefore, one must investigate in Pakistan and find evidence in Pakistan," said Chidambaram.
On Saturday, Pakistan had rejected the sixth dossier received from India, saying that the contents provided in it were not enough to arrest or prosecute Saeed in a court of law and asked New Delhi to provide more evidence in connection with the case. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)