Pak will help but not really
Pakistan says it would take action against any of its nationals having links with the attack, if provided information.india Updated: Oct 03, 2006 02:59 IST
A day after New Delhi said it would confront Islamabad with evidence of its involvement in the 11/7 Mumbai blasts, Pakistan said it would take action against any of its nationals having links with the attack, if provided information, but would not hand over any suspect.
If "India feels it is not propagandist and that it has some information that suggests links with some people, some kind of connection, we will take action and help India investigate", said Foreign Office spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam. "At the same time nobody will be handed over."
Aslam termed as "propagandist" Mumbai Police commissioner AN Roy's assertion that the ISI masterminded the blasts and said Indian Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon had not said the ISI was involved.