Pak hands over Mumbai attacks’ report to Interpol
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has handed over the investigation report into Mumbai terror attacks to Interpol chief and called on India to give response about 30 queries raised after the probe.
Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble met with Federal Interior Adviser Rehman Malik in the federal capital today (Friday). Interior Secretary and Director General FIA also attended the meeting.
The investigation report was presented to Interpol chief in the meeting.
Interior Adviser Malik demanded that India should respond to 30 questions with regard to Mumbai attacks.
Two sides exchanged views on the information provided by Interpol to India about Mumbai mayhem.
According to sources, Noble condemned the attack on Sri Lankan team in Lahore and offered his cooperation in the investigations.
India rejects Pak allegations against RAW
NEW DELHI: India has rejected Pakistan’s allegations about involvement of its secret agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in yesterday’s terror attack on Sri Lankan team.
Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram said that it was in Pakistan’s own interest to impede Taliban’s influence.
He said that India was neither fanning terrorism nor responsible for its spread.
To a question, Chidambaram said: “Cricket is safe in India. But security forces are required to make it more secure,”
Pakistan, he said, was paying the price for not acting upon the Indian advice in this connection.