Pakistan respond to India’s reply, demands more detailsApril 13th, 2009 - 11:27 pm ICT by ANI
Islamabad, Apr 13 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister’s Interior Affairs Advisor Rehman Malik on Monday responded to India’s reply to 30 questions forwarded by Pakistan on Mumbai terror attacks last year.
Addressing a press conference here, Malik said the DNA report of Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone survivour attacker of Mumbai attacks, was same as slain terrorist Mohammad Ismail.
Malik has also asked the India Government to provide the details of sim cards used by the terrorists.
Malik claimed that the Pakistan authorities have arrested one more suspect in the case.
“Our investigation is on. We have arrested one more suspect, Shahid Jamil Riaz in last year’s deadly siege of Mumbai,” he added.
Riaz is alleged to have maintained financial accounts and helped in planning the 26/11.
He has also demanded Indian Government to provide full chargesheet of Kasab.
“We also need a copy of Kasab’s Magistrate statement,” he added.
Malik said the list of fresh queries has been handed over to India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad, Manpreet Vohra.
On March 13, India submitted answers to the 30 questions forwarded by Pakistan on the Mumbai attack.
It may be recalled that Pakistan put forward 30 questions, and among them were a requirement of a copy of Kasab’s statement to the Mumbai Police, his I-card number and other documents, a description of the terrorists killed, transcription of conversation between the terrorists and their handlers, fingerprints of all terrorists and DNA profiles of all terrorists, including Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone survivour of Mumbai attacks. (ANI)
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