New Delhi, Feb 26: India has asked Pakistan to hand over two Pakistani Army officers, who are suspected to be involved in the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai.
According to reports, the demand is believed to be part of the new dossier handed over to Pakistan Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir by his Indian counter Nirupama Rao during their talks in Delhi on Feb 25.
The two Army officers have been identified as Major Iqbal and Major Samir Ali.
The role of Major Iqbal is believed to have been revealed during the interrogation of US terror suspect David Headley.
Reports also claim that India has asked Pakistan to hand over 33 terrorists, including LeT chief Hafiz Saeed, believed to be the mastermind of the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai.
It has been reported that the dossiers has given substantial evidence suggesting that Pakistan has given safe heaven to 17 Indian Mujahideen and seven Khalistani militants.
Bashir has assured India of full co-operation on 26/11 case but dismissed the Indian dossier on Hafiz Saeed terming it as 'literature, not evidence'.