India awaiting Pakistan's reply on 26/11 dossier: Chidambaram
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram said India had no doubt that the Mumbai terror attack originated from Pakistani soil and that the Government was awaiting Pakistan's reply on the dossier it had submitted.india Updated: Feb 09, 2009 20:49 IST
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Monday said India had no doubt that the Mumbai terror attack originated from Pakistani soil and that the Government was awaiting Pakistan's reply on the dossier it had submitted.
"There is no doubt that the Mumbai terrorist attack was planned and executed from Pakistan's soil. We have given the dossier to hundred countries. Nobody has expressed any doubt on it," Chidambaram told reporters Kollam.
He said the Centre was waiting for the official reply from Pakistan on the matter.
When his reaction was sought on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's reported comment that terror has to be paid back in the same coin, Chidambaram said the menace had to be neutralised only with police and security forces.
"I don't know what he meant by that. I think he must have some vigilante groups in his mind. In a civilised society, vigilante groups have no place," he said.
Asked about reports that some major dams in the country could be targeted by terrorists, he said the Centre was sharing intelligence inputs with state governments whenever such information was brought to the Government's notice.