Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has reiterated that there is no evidence to prove the involvement of India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in last month's ghastly terror attack on two Ahmedi sect mosques in Lahore, in which over 90 people were killed and several injured.
Malik rejected Lahore Police Commissioner Khusro Pervez statement accusing RAW for the terror siege, saying there is no proper evidence to prove the involvement of any foreign agency in the massacre.
The interior minister said he had ordered officials not to issue statements blaming any country or individual unless there is concrete evidence against them.
"We should only point fingers against a country when we have solid evidence against it," The Daily Times quoted Malik, as saying.
Responding to a question he said that the resumption of the composite dialogue process between India and Pakistan was a positive and welcome development, which would promote stability in South Asia.