Islamabad, May 27: Pak Interior Minister Rehman Malik suggested India to accord respect to the verdicts of Pak court as shown by it in the Ajmal Kasab case, a day after India's remark over the Pak stand dismissing the plea against JuD chief Hafiz Muhammed Saeed's release from house arrest.
Malik said that Pak had also honoured the Indian Court's decision against Ajmal Kasab, who was referred to death sentence for the Mumbai attack. So Indian authorities should provide similar respect for the verdicts of Pak courts, said Malik.
India had revealed its disappointment over the release of Saeed, whom India has blamed as the mastermind behind Mumbai attacks.
“There is a sense of disappointment. I am sure everybody in this country (India) will share same sense of disappointment on this development especially when we regard Hafiz Saeed as one of the masterminds of the Mumbai terror attacks and he has openly urged jihad against India," said Nirupama Rao, the Foreign Secretary of India on Tuesday, May 25.