Pakistan should follow its commitment with tangible action: MukherjeeMarch 14th, 2009 - 9:41 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, Mar 14 (ANI): A day after India hand over replies to Pakistans 30 questions on the Mumbai terror attacks, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said India now expect Islamabad to follow up its commitment with tangible action.
Words and commitments should be followed by tangible action, said Pranab during a press meet.
Pranab asked Pakistan to dismantle terror infrastructure on its soil and asked it to now bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror strikes to justice in a credible and justified way not just to India but also to international community.
He also said the evidence of dismantling of terror facilities should be shared not only with India but also with the international community.
On Friday India had handed over a 400-page dossier containing the requested replies of Pakistans 30 questions asked by it on the Mumbai attacks to Islamabad.
The second dossier was handed over by Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon to Pakistans High Commissioner Shahid Malik here.
The dossier includes the description of the terrorists killed, telephonic conversation between the terrorists and their handlers and fingerprints of all terrorists. (ANI)
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