Inside details of the dossier India plans to hand over to Pakistan at NSA talks
Just days ahead of the NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan here, details have started to emerge on the dossier which New Delhi plans to hand over to Islamabad.
New Delhi: Just days ahead of the NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan here, details have started to emerge on the dossier which New Delhi plans to hand over to Islamabad.
As per The Indian Express, the dossier to be given to Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaz Aziz on August 23 (Sunday) will contain details on recent acts of terror committed by Islamabad-backed elements.
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and officials from intelligence agencies and the Ministry of Home Affairs are said to be working on the dossier, said sources.
Here is what the dossier is expected to contain, as per sources quoted by the English daily:
- Specific information on nearly a dozen jihadi training facilities which India believes have restarted after being closed following the 26/11 attacks. One of the camps to be mentioned in the dossier includes the Markaz Taiba camp near Mansehra in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - several terrorists arrested in recent years by India had received training at this camp.
- India will also place a request under the dossier for precise information on captured Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Naved Yakub alias Usman Khan. Naved was arrested after carrying out an attack on a BSF convoy in Udhampur earlier this month along with an accomplice, Noman, who was killed.
- The Indian government will also seek action from Pakistan against on-the-run terrorists of the Indian Mujahideen group – one of the fugitives to be named in the dossier will be IM's alleged chief, Riyaz Shahbandari.
- New Delhi will also hand over an updated list of India’s most-wanted fugitives believed to be currently living in Pakistan. The current list tentatively contains 70 names.
- India will also press Pakistan to act on Letters Rogatory sent earlier in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.