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MEA summons Pakistan envoy

December 01, 2008 17:51 IST
Last Updated: December 01, 2008 19:19 IST


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In the wake of Mumbai terror strikes, the Ministry of External Affairs on Monday summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Shahid Malik, to convey India's concern over Pakistan's failure to curb terrorism emanating from its soil.

Malik was called by Joint Secretary in the MEA T C A Raghavan, who issued a demarche to him on the Mumbai strikes, which is suspected to have been carried out by 'elements' based in Pakistan, sources said.

Investigations into the three-day Mumbai terror strikes have shown that the plan to carry out the attacks was hatched in Pakistan and the perpetrators of the ghastly act came from Karachi by ships and boats.

Islamabad [Images] has been in a denial mode but India says it has hard evidence to show Pakistan's link to the terror strikes.

 




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