| GEO Pakistan|
| India says it has proof Pakistan involved in Mumbai attacks|
| Updated at: 1742 PST, Saturday, March 21, 2009|
NEW DELHI: India's government says it has "overwhelming evidence" that "official agencies" of Pakistan were involved in attacks on Mumbai that left 165 people dead.
Home Minister P. Chidambaram also accused Pakistan in a TV interview to be aired Sunday of doing nothing to dismantle "the infrastructure of terrorism" on its soil amid heightened tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
"Given the overwhelming evidence we have, I am entitled to presume that official agencies (of Pakistan) were involved (in the attacks)," he said.
Chidambaram, who gave no details of the Indian evidence, added the threat faced by India from Pakistan-based militants remained virtually undiminished since the attacks last November that killed 165 people.
Asked if Pakistan had dismantled militant infrastructure on its turf, Chidambaram said that "none" of the militant training camps had been destroyed "to the best of my knowledge".
The Pakistanis were only breaking up "training camps that mushroom in villages with 'kutcha' (temporary) structures" and "can be dismantled and erected elsewhere," he said.
Chidambaram said India would "apply pressure" and "use coercive diplomacy" to ensure those guilty were brought to trial even if Pakistan, racked by political instability, has "neither the time nor the inclination."