Pak in touch with India regarding 26/11 suspects
Pakistan is in contact with India to address certain technical issues related to the trial of seven suspects linked to the Mumbai attacks, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Wednesday.
Islamabad: Pakistan is in contact with
India to address certain technical issues related to the trial
of seven suspects linked to the Mumbai attacks, Interior
Minister Rehman Malik said on Wednesday.
Malik made the remarks while talking to journalists
after meeting Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal.
Malik said there are "some technical problems
regarding the Mumbai attacks case" and a dialogue process is
going on to remove these problems.
Progress has been made on "agreed points" between two
countries for maintaining regional peace and stability and on
joint steps against terrorism, Malik said.
There was no word from the Indian side on the meeting.
The meeting was also attended by Interior Secretary
Qamar Zaman Chaudhry and National Crisis Management Cell chief
Brig (retired) Javed Iqbal Lodhi.
It was held a day before Indian External Affairs
Minister S M Krishna arrives in Islamabad for talks with his
Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi.
India has been pressing Pakistan to take action
against the masterminds, handlers and financiers of the 2008
It has also expressed dissatisfaction over the trial
of seven suspects, including Lashker-e-Taiba commander Zakiur
Rehman Lakhvi, by a Pakistani anti-terrorism court on charges
of planning and facilitating the attacks.