Elements in India helped carry out 26/11: Pak

Pakistan is now alleging that there were 'elements in India' who helped in carrying out the 26/11 strikes,reports Pak media.

Written by Agencies | Islamabad | Published:February 10, 2009 12:34 pm

Giving a new twist to probe into Mumbai attacks,Pakistan is now alleging that there were “elements in India” who helped in carrying out the strikes and wants its investigators to be provided access to them.

“There is a strong realisation in Pakistani security agencies that without the help of elements in India,the Mumbai crime could have not been committed,” official sources were quoted as saying by the Dawn newspaper on Tuesday.

In what could further delay the prosecution of Mumbai attackers,the paper said Pakistan is also seeking DNA samples of the terrorists involved in the strikes and more information about contacts made by them through the internet.

The Pakistani investigation report into the Mumbai attacks,which was reviewed on Monday at a meeting of the Defence Committee of the Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani,would be sent to New Delhi in a couple of days,the paper quoted these officials.

In its report,Pakistan has sought results of DNA tests on Ajmal Kasab and the nine other attackers killed by Indian security forces so that these could be matched with their family members,if any,in Pakistan,the sources said.

Pakistan wants information about weapons used by the terrorists and details of mobile phone calls made by them and taped by Indian security agencies.

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