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PMO given terror dossier for talks with Pakistan

April 07, 2012 22:50 IST

Ahead of the luncheon meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, the Home Ministry has handed over to the Prime Minister's Office a dossier about the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack that include Lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Hafiz Mohammed Saeed.

The complete dossier containing evidence linking Pakistan-based terrorists to the Mumbai attacks was handed over by the Home Ministry to theĀ PMO to help it raise the issue with the Pakistani delegation, official sources said.

The documents furnished information about the SIM cards used by the attackers and the GPS coordinates they relied on besides DNA reports of the 10 Pakistani terrorists involved in the attack.

The certified statement of Kasab made before a Mumbai court and the case diary of the 26/11 investigators, telephone conversations of the 10 attackers and their Pakistan-based handlers intercepted during the 60-hour carnage, fingerprints, and other details of the terrorists who struck in Mumbai.

The dossier also included forensic analysis of GPS, ammunition and other equipment used by the terrorists.

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