ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday asked India to provide a response to the Pakistan dossier carrying 30 questions within 30 days so that the accused arrested in connection with Mumbai attacks could be interrogated during physical remand period.
‘The court can give maximum 30 days remand of the accused to FIA, therefore it is very necessary that India must give the reply the earliest,’ Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik said while presiding a meeting on the issue.
The FIA, which is investigating the involvement of Pakistani accused in Mumbai attacks, has been directed to contact the Foreign Ministry and bring the matter into the notice of Indian authorities so that they could share information within 30 days.
‘We are committed to bringing the culprits of Mumbai attacks to justice; however, Indian cooperation is must in this regard. The Indian authorities must provide the reply of 30 questions asked by Pakistani Investigation Team, at the earliest so that the culprits could be given exemplary punishment,’ the adviser said.
The FIA Director General Tariq Khosa informed the meeting that the anti-terrorist court, where the case is being tried, has given the remand of the accused on February 12 in connection with Mumbai terror attacks till March 12.
The material required from India in Pakistan’s 30 point dossier includes authenticated copy of the confessional statement of Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving terrorists of Mumbai attacks, recorded by the judicial authorities, his National Identity Card number and other documentation and diaries recovered from his possession.
Pakistan also asked India to provide cell phone numbers used by Ajmal in the past, if disclosed during interrogation and maximum information about the reportedly killed terrorists.
Logs of terrorists’ and perpetrators’ cell phone interceptions were also demanded in the dossier that included intercepted voice recording identified by Ajmal Qasab as of Abu Hamza and Kahfa etc for voice analysis, as well as further details about alleged handlers ‘Abu Hamza’ and ‘Kahfa.’
Pakistan also required fingerprints and clear photographs of all the ten accused for comparison and identification and matching with the national database. DNA profiles of all the terrorists arrested or killed is also required.
Pakistan also challenged the capability of Indian security departments by asking how the terrorists did not come to the notice of Gujrat and Maharashtra governments after having traveled by sea in their territory including reported re-fuelling enroute and how they managed to evade so many coastal radars.
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