Pak says Indian response to 26/11 queries “irrelevant”

Pakistan on Wednesday said the Indian response, to the 30 questions it put forth to New Delhi in connection with investigations into the 26/11 terror strikes in Mumbai, was irrelevant and away from target.

Islamabad’s dissatisfaction was put in the public domain after the meeting which was attended by Interior Secretary Kamal Shah, FIA Director General Tariq Khosa and other senior officials apart from Malik.

The Pakistan Interior Ministry has handed over the report to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for further examination and necessary legal action, The Daily Times reports.

The Indian dossier included the description of the terrorists killed, telephonic conversation between the terrorists and their handlers and fingerprints of all terrorists.

This even as India said that it expected Pakistan to act fast in bringing the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks to justice and promised cooperation in this regard.

Speaking to correspondents in New Delhi, Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon said India will do everything to encourage that process. He said India had replied to the 30 questions as part of the process to help Pakistan take action against those behind the Mumbai attacks, said an All India Radio report.

(inputs from Media Reports)

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