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India's involvement in Lahore attack cannot be ruled out: Pak

Pakistan has said India's involvement in recent terrorist attacks in Lahore cannot be ruled out and evidence of its alleged role in fomenting unrest in Balochistan province has been provided to New Delhi through diplomatic channels.

world Updated: Mar 16, 2010 15:42 IST

Pakistan has said India's involvement in recent terrorist attacks in Lahore cannot be ruled out and evidence of its alleged role in fomenting unrest in Balochistan province has been provided to New Delhi through diplomatic channels.

While Interior Minister said India's involvement in the attacks in Lahore could not be ruled out, Foreign Minister
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan had handed over proof of India's alleged involvement in creating unrest Balochistan to New Delhi through diplomatic channels.

Speaking to reporters in Islamabad on Monday, Rehman Malik said New Delhi's involvement in the last week's attack on a sepcial investigation unit in Lahore cannot be ruled out.

At the same time, he said an investigation is underway to identify the "real culprits" behind these heinous acts.

He also hinted that the banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan could be behind the attacks.

The Tehrik-e-Taliban is an "anti-state organisation" that is engaged in acts of terrorism in the country, he said.
Qureshi told reporters in his hometown of Multan that Pakistan had handed over proof of India's alleged involvement in creating unrest Balochistan to New Delhi through diplomatic channels.