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Pakistan completes 26/11 probe
Published on 9 Feb. 2009 1:16 AM IST
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Pakistan has completed its investigation into the Mumbai terror attacks and according to Pakistani media the report claims that the 26/11 conspiracy was hatched not in Pakistan but in Europe, according to CNN-IBN. Pakistan today said it will examine the findings of its probe into 26/11 tomorrow as the media here reported. Local media reports also claim that Pakistan is likely to request India for consular access to the lone terrorist captured alive during the Mumbai terror attacks, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab. According to Geo Television, the report says the planning of 26/11 was done neither in Pakistan nor in India but in an European country. he sources also said that cases would be filed against five Pakistanis, including Kasab, the lone attacker arrested by Indian authorities, for planning the Mumbai attacks. The conspirators kept in touch by using the internet, the sources said. Action will be taken against them in the country according to Pakistani laws and access to Kasab will be sought to identify his Indian ‘associates’, the sources said. The Pakistan government has not formally stated so far whether it will seek consular access to Kasab though it has acknowledged that he is a Pakistani national. rime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani today said the government will finalise its response to the Indian dossier after the report is presented tomorrow. India had handed over a dossier to Pakistan which included evidence which showed Pakistani elements were involved in planning and executing the Mumbai terror attacks. The dossier included evidence of every nature - physical, forensic, electronic and human - put together in what is known as Mumbai terror dossier. Pakistani terrorists organisation Lashkar-e-Toiba’s commanders Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, Zarar Shah, Hafiz Saeed are the main suspects in the attacks.

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