Pakistan receives incomplete replies on Mumbai attacks: Malik
Pakistan on Wednesday said India has given an incomplete response to its 32 questions sent to New Delhi in connection with the Mumbai terror attacks.world Updated: May 28, 2009 00:38 IST
Pakistan on Wednesday said India has given an incomplete response to its 32 questions sent to New Delhi in connection with the Mumbai terror attacks.
Giving an update on Ajmal Kasab case, the lone captured terrorist in the Mumbai attacks, Minister for Interior Affairs Rehman Malik said that India has sent a statement of Kasab a few days ago which was in Hindi language.
"Pakistan is trying to get its translation officially because it is a statement to be presented before the court," Rehman said.
"The statement of Kasab would be responded on seeing translated copy, expected to be received on Thursday. It is required under the law," he told Express TV.
"It is an assumption that terror has been done by Ajmal Kasab, the only surviving terrorist, that is why the statement has to come on record before our court to proceed further".
"We have arrested a number of non-state actors who have only confessed a few things so putting all those things together, we will be giving our final charge sheet to them," he concluded.
First Published: May 28, 2009 00:36 IST