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December 20, 2001
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US calls on India to share evidence with Pak on terror attack

Amid increasing rhetoric between India and Pakistan following the December 13 terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament, US State Department spokesman Richard Boucher on Wednesday asked India to share evidence with Pakistan.

He said that this would provide Pakistan 'a better basis to pursue the terrorists'.

Boucher noted that President George W Bush has made clear that it's important for India and Pakistan to make common cause against terrorists who are trying to destabilise south Asia.

"It's not the time for India and Pakistan to start taking action against each other," Boucher said.

Thirteen persons died in the suicide attack, including the five assailants.

Secretary of State Colin Powell has talked to External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh twice this week. He also conferred with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday.

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