Sunday, October 01, 2006

India Pakistan tensions rising as evidence of Pakistani support for terrorists increases

India on Sunday said it will give evidence to Pakistan about the involvement of ISI [Pakistan's Directorate of Inter Services Intelligence, the country's top spy agency} and Pakistan-based terror groups in the Mumbai blasts and judge the country by its actions and not words.

Taking charge as Foreign Secretary, Shiv Shankar Menon questioned how Pakistan can deny involvement of ISI and Pakistan-based terror groups without looking at evidence.

He said India will give evidence to Pakistan and "judge it by its actions and not words".

Mumbai Police on Saturday blamed ISI for masterminding the July 11 train serial blasts which, they said, were executed by activists of outlawed Lashkar-e-Toiba and SIMI.
BBC Report

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