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ISI gave feedback on dossier to India: Gilani
January 09, 2009 16:07 IST
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani [Images] today said the ISI has given its "feedback" to India on "some information" about the Mumbai attacks that New Delhi [Images] had shared with US intelligence agency CIA.
He also maintained that all further action will be taken according to Pakistani laws.
India gave "some information" in a 52-page dossier to the CIA that was shared with Pakistan, Gilani said.
"Our ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) has given its feedback and shared information. That has been passed on to India," the premier told reporters on the sidelines of a function in Islamabad [Images].
"The CIA and ISI have an old working relation. If there is need for any more information, we are ready to cooperate. But as far as the other things are concerned, we have to look
into our own laws," Gilani said in response to a question about India's demand for its dossier on the Mumbai [Images] attacks to be treated as a first information report (FIR).
India had handed over a 69-page dossier to Pakistani officials on its probe into the Mumbai attacks and the evidence of involvement of Pakistani elements in the terror strikes that claimed over 180 lives.
That document contained a list of "handlers" who are based in Pakistan and were in touch with the terrorists during the attacks in November 26 last year.
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