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Ayodhya attack: Pak asks India to hold 'proper investigation'


July 15, 2005 23:25 IST

As the investigations into the recent terrorist attack in Ayodhya pointed to the banned Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Islamabad on Friday asked India to conduct 'proper investigations' to establish the true identity of the attackers.

Reacting to the reports of LeT's involvement in the attack, Pakistan's Foreign Office spokesman Jalil Abbas Jilani
said Islamabad had strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Ayodhya.

"It is a common knowledge that sometimes police authorities apportion blame on foreign elements in order to avoid responsibilities to apprehend the real culprits," a Foreign Office press release quoted Jilani as saying.


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Sub: Reaction from pakistan

ref: from rediff dated 16th july 2005 "It is a common knowledge that sometimes police authorities apportion blame on foreign elements in order to avoid ...


Posted by sortu





Sub: Ayodhya attack: Pak asks India to hold 'proper investigation'

Look who is talking!!! Its amasing how people react when they are themselves the culprits!


Posted by ADA





Sub: This is atrocious. What is Pakistan saying

Luckily Pakistan did not say that the Ayodhya attacks were handiwork of Indian security forces. They are the number one terrorist breeding countries of the ...


Posted by Sundaram





Sub: View

Would pakistan say that to Blair in light of the knowledge that the UK bombers were of paki origin?


Posted by Kaushik Das





Sub: thank you

Mr. whoever you are,I think we don't need any proof than we have had in the past years with the pak authorities as far as ...


Posted by ss




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