Pakistan is yet to make a decision on sending an investigation team to India as part of its probe into the Mumbai terror attacks though the issue is being considered by the government, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said.
Richard Holbrooke, the US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan, had told Pakistani leaders during his recent visit to the country that India is willing to “let in Pakistani investigators to share further information on the Mumbai incident”, Gilani said.
“So we are considering sending a FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) team to India but no decision has been taken in this regard as yet,” he told reporters on the sidelines of an official function here yesterday.
The FIA conducted a probe into the Mumbai attacks after India handed over its dossier on the incident to Pakistan on January 5.
Pakistan gave India a set of 30 questions seeking more information on the Mumbai incident along with its response, which was handed over on February 12.