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December 19, 2001
2003 IST

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After almost a week of the attack, Jaish disowns Afzal

Pakistan-based militant outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad, which has been blamed by the Delhi police for last week's attack on the Parliament, has disassociated itself from Mohammad Afzal, the main accused in the case.

In an interview to the BBC, Hassan Barqui, a member of the Jaish supreme council, denied involvement of his outfit in the attack.

The disowning of Afzal, and that too days after the attack, could prove to be an embarrassment for Pakistan, which has demanded concrete evidence from India to act against both the Jaish and the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

PTI

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