Pak blames India for delay in Mumbai probeJune 14th, 2009 - 12:43 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, June 14 (ANI): Pakistan has accused India for its laid back attitude in the Mumbai attack probe, and said that the delay being caused in the enquiry was primarily due to New Delhi’s relaxed approach over the issue.
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani’s Advisor on Interior Rehman Malik met Indian High Commissioner Sharad Sabharwal here on Saturday, and assured him that Islamabad is sincerely probing the November 2008 terror attacks.
According to sources, Malik told Sabharwal that Pakistan is serious to bring the culprits of the terror attacks to justice.
Malik also asked India to provide the detail answers of its queries in English as soon as possible, for a rapid investigation.
He also urged India to resume peace talks, as friendly relations between India and Pakistan were directly related to peace and stability in the region, The Daily Times reports. (ANI)
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