Pak PM says will take whole world into confidence on Mumbai probe

January 25th, 2009 - 10:47 pm ICT by ANI  

Multan, Jan. 25 (ANI): Pakistans Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the government would take the entire world into confidence over Mumbai terror attacks probe.
Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony of Head Muhammad Wala bridge here on Sunday, Gilani said that the government would not allow the use of its territory for the terrorist acts.
We could not repeat the mistakes made in the past. We appointed the opposition leader as the head of Public Accounts Committee for our own accountability, The News quoted, Gilani as saying.
Prime Minister said war was no solution of terrorism issue, adding that both Pakistan and India should work together.
About Mumbai attacks, he said that the whole world would be taken into confidence with regard to the investigations results. We want friendly ties with neighbor countries on equal ground, he said, adding that Pakistan and India should give more attention to the problems faced by the people of both countries.
Gilani said that country had been passing through a difficult phase, but added that the government would not comprise on the national dignity.
He dispelled the impression that the elected government was weak.
He added, the incumbent government has been elected for five years and will complete its tenure according to its mandate.(ANI)

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