Indian Foreign Minister says Islamabad has been provided with evidence that links November Mumbai attacks in to "elements in Pakistan".
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Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee said Monday that the evidence had been given to the Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi earlier in the day.
According to the Indian Foreign Ministry, the evidence includes material from the interrogation of the lone surviving gunman -- Mohammed Ajmal Kasab --, details of conversations between the gunmen and their alleged handlers in Pakistan, recovered weapons and data from satellite phones.
"It is our expectation that the government of Pakistan will promptly undertake further investigations in Pakistan and share the results with us so as to bring the perpetrators to justice," Mukherjee said.
India holds Pakistan-based militants responsible for the attacks -- as a result of which at least 170 people were killed and 200 others were injured -- and has repeatedly called on Pakistan to hand over those suspected of plotting the deadly attacks.
Islamabad, which vehemently denies any involvement in the attacks, has said that suspects would be tried in its own courts.
"We do not have an extradition treaty with India," Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Sunday.
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