India has shared all the evidence collected of Pakistani involvement in the July 11 Mumbai serial blasts with the United States. The US Ambassador to India, David C Mulford, on Friday said, "We had discussions on the evidence and other aspects of the incident."
Mulford said India shared evidence of the involvement of the Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence and Lashkar-e-Taiba in the blasts which killed 192 people. India is also planning to present the evidence to Pakistan under the joint anti-terror mechanism agreed to by the two countries.
Mulford refused to divulge more details, saying the US and India were working very well together against terrorism. He said the US had offered India assistance in counter-terrorist operations.