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Pakistan requests more proof on Mumbai 26/11 attack

Pakistan flagDetails of fingerprints of the 10 gunmen, their intercepted phone conversations with their handlers and the DNA of lone surviving terrorist Ajmal Kasab were sought by Pakistan today as part of 30 questions it was sending to India to get additional information on the Mumbai terror attack.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik urged India to provide more inputs which he said are sought in the 30 questions to help Pakistan secure convictions in the 26/11 strikes.

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Malik said Pakistan wanted the DNA samples of Kasab to establish his identity. Among the things Pakistan wanted from India were Kasab’s national identity card, electronic and digital diaries seized and the confessional statement made by him in the Indian court and details of who helped in refuelling of one of the three boats used by the terrorists.

The other questions relates to the probe by Indian investigators on local links in the Mumbai carnage, call details from each of cellphone used by the terrorists since they had Indian SIM cards and DNA details of the nine dead terrorists.

Pakistan also wanted inputs on how Kasab identified Lashkar-e-Taiba Operations Commander and alleged 26/11 mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi.

Source: IANS

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