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The Indian Herald

January 5, 2009

Kasab's 'confession' handed over to Pakistan

Raising the diplomatic pressure on Pakistan, the Indian government today handed over evidences of links of the Mumbai terror strike with Pakistan to the High Commissioner of Pakistan.

The CD containing the confessional statement of Ajmal Amir Qasab was given to Pakistan, said India's foreign miniser Pranab Mukherjee. Other evidences including the list of wanted terrorists was also given to to Pakistan.

Besides, the Centre also vowed on Monday that it will share all the evidences of Pakistan-based militant organisations' involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist strike with other countries.

Urging Pakistan to honour its promises and handover the wanted terrorists to India, Pranab Mukherjee said that the evidences would be given to foreign missions within the next 24 hrs. Earlier, Pak High Commissioner Shahid Malik was summoned and given 'proofs' of these links.

TIH Bureau

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