Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has said there is still no firm proof that gunmen who attacked the Indian city of Mumbai came from Pakistan.
US, Indian and British officials all say there is clear evidence suggesting the attacks originated in terrorist training camps inside Pakistan.
Mr. Zardari of Pakistan. The United States said Monday that Pakistan has taken “some positive steps” to help India probe the attacks in Mumbai but said more cooperation was needed to prevent any follow-on attacks.(AFP/File/Sezayi Erken)
But speaking to the BBC, Mr Zardari said there was still no conclusive evidence to substantiate the claim.
However he promised Pakistan would take action if a link was proved.
More than 170 people died in last month’s attacks in Mumbai (Bombay), which India blamed on the Lashka-e-Taiba militant group.
Mr Zardari told the BBC’s Alan Little in Islamabad that Pakistan was prepared to act if adequate evidence of any Pakistani complicity in the attacks emerged.
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