Pak rules out official support for heinous crime committing KasabJanuary 8th, 2009 - 1:00 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, Jan.8 (ANI): After accepting that the lone surviving Mumbai gunner is a Pakistani national, Islamabad has now refused to give any official support to Ajmal Amir Kasab.
Kasab has committed a heinous crime. He will not be provided any official support or consular access, the Daily Times quoted Pak Foreign Office Spokesman Muhammad Sadiq, as saying.
Earlier, after a prolonged delay in accepting that Kasab belonged to its soil, Pakistan finally accepted that Kasab was its national.
Ajmal Kasab is a Pakistani. Further investigations are under way, Pakistan Information Minister Sherry Rehman said yesterday.
The acceptance from Pakistan comes after India provided a dossier of evidence to prove that the perpetrators of the Mumbai carnage had links to Pakistan.
Kasab had written a letter to the Pakistani High Commission in India, seeking support and legal assistance from the Government of Pakistan.
However, Pakistan consulate had denied receiving any such letter. (ANI)
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