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26/11 probe report by Tuesday, says Pak PM

February 06, 2009 18:56 IST

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Pakistan's report on its investigation into the Mumbai terror attacks [Images] will be made public either on Monday or Tuesday, Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani [Images] on Friday said.

The findings of the report will be shared with India and the world community, Gilani told reporters at the airport in Islamabad [Images] after arriving in the provincial capital of Punjab province from Islamabad.

The prime minister said the report will be made public on Monday or Tuesday. He did not give further details.  

Turning to the Kashmir problem, Gilani said Pakistan is not silent on issue and wants it to be resolved in accordance with the "wishes" of the Kashmiri people.

Gilani had earlier said in Islamabad that Pakistan was conducting a "proper" inquiry into the Mumbai attacks, of which "transparency" would be "a focal point".

"We are conducting the inquiry and very soon we will inform India (about our findings)," he said on Thursday.

"We have assured the world that we are conducting a full investigation into the Indian dossier on the Mumbai attacks. As soon as we receive the final point of view of the Law

Ministry, we will take the whole nation, the world and India into confidence," Gilani had said.

He had said his government had taken steps to ensure the transparency of the investigation into the Indian dossier.




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