No separate set of answers for Pak: Maria
The Mumbai police have received a list of 30 questions asked by the Pakistan government in connection with the 26/11 probe, but they don’t intend to send a reply, reports Debasish Panigrahi.india Updated: Feb 17, 2009 01:41 IST
The Mumbai police have received a list of 30 questions asked by the Pakistan government in connection with the 26/11 probe, but they don’t intend to send a reply.
Rakesh Maria, joint commissioner of police, crime, said on Monday that Pakistan will find all the answers in the case chargesheet, likely to be filed in a week.
The police got the questionnaire over the weekend.
“We are almost in the process of filing the chargesheet. Whatever queries put by whomsoever, the answer/s will be there,” Maria, making it clear that there was no need to send a separate set of answers.
The Mumbai police are not going to share evidence separately with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) either, though it helped collect technical and scientific evidence. “Whatever [evidence] finds place in the chargesheet will be in the public domain,” Maria said.
Maria also said the police have not got any intimation on granting Pakistan consular access to the captured terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab.
First Published: Feb 17, 2009 01:39 IST