“Cooperation by India was biggest hurdle in investigation”, Ch Nisar

13 May, 2018 7:42 pm

Islamabad (92 News) – Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, while weighing on the recent wave of discussion on the 2008 Mumbai attacks, remarked on Sunday that the incident was used by India to malign Pakistan.

He remarked that he is completely aware of all aspects of the case as he served as the country’s interior minister. The probe into the case was being conducted by Federal Investigation Agency which comes under the Ministry of Interior.

Nisar also blamed India for showing aggression and refusing to cooperate during the investigation into the case. he said.that “The lack of cooperation by India was the biggest hurdle in the investigation. India wasn’t interested in a transparent investigation”.

Nisar remarked  “The attack occurred in India, where 90 percent of the proofs were present but India refused to share those with Pakistan, We kept on requesting India to cooperate in the case, We have always cooperated with India over information sharing pertaining to all incidents of terrorism”.

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