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December 18, 2001
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BJP takes exception to Colin Powell's remarks on joint probe

The BJP on Tuesday took strong exception to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell's statement that Indian intelligence agencies along with those of Pakistan and the US probe the terrorist attack on Parliament.

"It does not behove Colin Powell to make such statements. Did the US have any proof of involvement of Taliban in the September 11 strikes before attacking Afghanistan?" party spokesman V K Malhotra told reporters.

Stating the US now wants proof of the organisation involved in the attack on Parliament, he asked whether America had any proof of involvement of al-Qaida in the September 11 attacks.

PTI

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