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Pak flip-flop: Now claims ‘not enough’ evidence against India

Shah Mehmood Qureshi rejected Rehman Malik's claims about having 'concrete evidence' regarding India’s involvement in terror activities inside Pak.

Rejecting Interior Minister Rehman Malik’s claims about having ‘concrete evidence’ regarding India’s involvement in terror activities inside the country,Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that evidence against New Delhi is not enough.

Talking to reporters in Islamabad,Qureshi said that while involvement of foreign hands can not be ruled out,more evidence is needed to ‘plausibly argue’ that India is involved in fanning insurgency inside Pakistan.

“The possibility that there are elements who want to destabilise the country cannot be ruled out. But information received by us in this regard,is insufficient. We need more information and material to plausibly argue our case,” ‘The Daily Times’ quoted Qureshi,as saying.

Earlier,Malik had claimed that the Interior Ministry has substantial proof against India,and that it has been handed over to the Foreign Office.

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“Pakistan has concrete evidence of India’s involvement in fomenting unrest in Pakistan and the evidence has been provided to the Foreign Office to take it up with New Delhi,” Malik had told mediapersons on Wednesday.

First published on: 10-12-2009 at 11:04 IST
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