Pakistan asks for more evidence on Mumbai attacks

mumbai-attack-reuters (File) Smoke coming from Taj Hotel in Mumbai on November 27, 2008 after the attack | Reuters

Pakistan on Thursday sought more evidence from India over the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, to bring the case to its "logical end".

"The Foreign Secretary had written a letter to authorities in India asking for more evidence for the Mumbai attacks," Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakariya said. "Islamabad would bring the Mumbai attacks case to its logical end.".

Responding to Indian Prime Ministers Narendra Modi's recent interview, Zakariya said that the civil and military leadership of Pakistan were on the same page.

"The Pakistani nation feels proud of its armed forces."

Modi in his interview to a private TV news channel earlier this week asserted that there were different types of forces operating in Pakistan and it was difficult to ascertain whom to engage in dialogue.

The Foreign Office spokesperson said that the only way to resolve tensions between India and Pakistan was through dialogue. He stated that Islamabad was ready to hold dialogues with New Delhi.

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