India yet to share intelligence on train blasts: Pak
Despite repeated requests, India has not shared intelligence on the Samjhauta Express blasts, says Kasuri.world Updated: May 25, 2007 14:41 IST
India has not shared intelligence with Pakistan on the Samjhauta Express blasts despite repeated requests, Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri has said.
"Anti-Terrorism Mechanism (ATM) was signed between the two governments for intelligence sharing but India is not cooperating," he claimed.
To a question, Kasuri said he was unaware of India's objections to the Muzaffarabad-Srinagar bus service, adding both countries had "liberalised" visa policy and issued more visas at present compared with the past.
Speaking on the war on terror, he said it was unfair to say that Pakistan was not doing enough in the war on terror.
"We have deputed 80,000 troops on our western borders and have suffered hundreds of casualties. We have done more than any other country in the war on terror," Daily Times quoted him as saying.
He said Pakistan has also proposed fencing and mining to stop cross-border terrorism.