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Stop Pak aid till terror apparatus is dismantled, says India
February 28, 2009 04:00 IST
Last Updated: February 28, 2009 04:31 IST
A day after US proposed a hike in military aid to Pakistan, India has indicated that it wants all nations to suspend assistance to that country until it dismantles the terror infrastructure on its soil.
"Any country shouldn't be giving military aid to Pakistan until it works effectively in a demonstrative manner to dismantle the terror infrastructure," Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma told media-persons in New Delhi [Images].
He said the terrorists operating from Pakistani soil were a greater threat not only to the region but also the entire
On reports suggesting that New Delhi had asked Islamabad [Images] to submit Letters Rogatary in connection with the queries it
had on the dossier on Mumbai [Images] attacks, Sharma merely said that the government would take an appropriate decision at the appropriate time.
He said Indian security agencies were looking into all the legal aspects regarding the questions raised by Pakistan.
Sharma said if Pakistan accepts the chargesheet filed by the Mumbai Police in the terror attacks case it would add to