Pakistan seeks details of terror threat to Indian electionsApril 12th, 2009 - 1:14 am ICT by IANS
Islamabad, April 11 (IANS) Pakistan said Saturday it had sought details from India on the perceived terrorist threat to its general elections.
“We have made a request to the Indian administration for intelligence sharing so that all necessary steps could be taken,” Interior Minister Rehman Malik said at a press conference, noting that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had spoken of the threat.
He pointed out that it was for the Indian authorities to provide information about the threat. “We are facing a common enemy,” Geo TV quoted Malik as saying.
“We don’t want recurrence of incidents like the Mumbai attacks,” Malik added.
Manmohan Singh’s remarks had come during an interaction with women journalists in New Delhi Friday.
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