India, Pak intel chiefs meet to fight terrorism
The chiefs of intelligence agencies of India and Pakistan held a meeting in Islamabad as part of cooperation to fight terrorism and deal with security issues.
The Director General of Intelligence Bureau Rajiv Mathur met his Pakistani counterpart Javed Noor in Islamabad Saturday night and are understood to have discussed cooperation in security and combating terrorrism, sources said.
Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik had said on Saturday evening that the agencies of the two countries would be working together to prevent any repeat of Mumbai attacks.
At a joint press briefing with Home Minister P Chidambaram, he suggested that its Federal Investigating Agency (FIA) and CBI work together on the issue of terrorism, including on the 26/11 case.
Chidambaram held a meeting with Malik yesterday and pressed that more people, other than the seven held in Pakistan, were behind the Mumbai terror attacks and should be prosecuted.
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