Enough Evidence Provided to Pak on 26/11, Says Chidambaram

Refuting Pakistan’s repeated claims of lack of proofs against Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed, India has said that enough evidence has been provided in the dossiers on Mumbai attacks and Islamabad should not ask more questions.

“They should not ask any more questions. Everything is contained in the dossier,” Home Minister P Chidambaram said.

He was speaking to media persons in New Delhi when asked to comment on Pakistan’s claim that it does not have evidence to prosecute Saeed, whom India has identified as prime accused in Mumbai attacks.

“It has been a little tiresome,” he said while referring to Pakistan’s repeated claim that it does not have proof to prosecute Saeed and it has been seeking it from India.

Chidambaram said that Pakistan has “enough evidence to prosecute the perpetrators. They should get on with their job.”

It might be mentioned that Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rahman Malik said in an interview on Tuesday, “We do not have any proof against Hafiz Saeed. We have demanded and we are demanding from India that if you have proof, give (it to) us, but do not do propaganda.”

Arguing that Pakistan cannot “arrest our citizen” on the basis of “hearsay”, Malik had said, “If New Delhi wants some credible action, it needs to provide substantial evidence.”

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