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No official communication yet on Pak probe into 26/11: Pranab

February 07, 2009 15:39 IST

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India on Saturday said it is yet to receive any official communication from the Pakistani authorities on its dossier on the Mumbai attacks, a day after Islamabad said its probe into the terror strikes will be made by public by Monday or Tuesday.

"I have not received any official communication from the Pakistan authorities till now," External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee [Images] told media persons, after flagging off the Murshidabad Express from the Kolkata terminus.

Mukherjee said unless he received official communication on the matter through diplomatic channels, he could not comment irrespective of whether it comes from the lips of the Pakistan Prime Minister or from any other Pakistani authority.

The External Affairs Minister was reacting to Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's [Images] statement of Friday that the report on its probe into the Mumbai terror attacks [Images] would be made public either on Monday or Tuesday.

"My point is clear and simple. Until and unless I receive official communication from the Pakistan authorities on the outcome of the investigation it is difficult for me to make any comment," Mukherjee said.




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