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Pakistan FIA list glaringly omits names of masterminds, key conspirators of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: India

Prime News, National (New Delhi), November 13:- India on Thursday slammed Pakistan`s Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) saying that it glaringly omits the names of masterminds and key conspirators of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Anurag Srivastava stated that Pakistan has all the necessary information on conspirators.

He said that India has seen reports of the FIA listing several Pakistani nationals involved in the heinous terror attacks in an updated `book on most wanted/high profile terrorists’. Pakistan possesses all the evidence on conspirators and facilitators of the Mumbai terror attack based on its soil but it a matter of serious concern has not shown sincerity in delivering justice to the families of 166 victims from 15 countries across the globe.

“We have seen media reports in Pakistan about Pakistan`s Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) releasing an updated `book on most wanted/high profile terrorists` listing several Pakistani nationals involved in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. While the list includes a select few members of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, an UN-designated terror entity based in Pakistan, including the crew members of the boats used to execute the 26/11 attack, it glaringly omits the mastermind and key conspirators of the heinous terror attack,” he said.

“It is a fact that the 26/11 terror attack was planned, executed and launched from Pakistan`s territory. The list makes it clear that Pakistan possesses all the necessary information and evidence on the conspirators and facilitators of the Mumbai terror attack based in Pakistan,” he added.

Srivastava said India has repeatedly called on Pakistan government to give up its obfuscation and dilatory tactics in discharging its international obligations in the Mumbai terror attacks trial. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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