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No comments on Musharraf remarks: India

July 20, 2006 23:50 IST

India on Thursday night declined immediate comment on Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's remarks asking New Delhi to furnish proof of Pakistan's alleged involvement in the July 11 Mumbai serial blasts.

"We don't have anything (to say)," a senior official of the External Affairs Ministry said.

In a nation-wide television address, General Musharraf asked India to provide evidence of Islamabad's alleged involvement in the Mumbai bomb blasts which claimed nearly 200 lives, and criticised New Delhi for stalling the peace process on this issue.


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