India says it expects Pakistan to take action in the investigation into last November's terrorist attack in Mumbai.
External Affairs Ministry says New Delhi wants Pakistan to help bring
the perpetrators of the attack to justice and to dismantle the
terrorist infrastructure in Pakistan.
The statement came after
India provided more information about Pakistan-based militants
suspected of involvement in the Mumbai attacks.
Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram said a dossier on the suspects given
to a Pakistani official answers 30 questions raised by Pakistan about
evidence India had presented in January.
India has accused
Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba of training and equipping
the 10 terrorists who attacked in Mumbai, India's commercial capital.
Pakistan has acknowledged the attacks were partly planned on its soil
but wanted more evidence.
Indian officials say the latest
dossier contains forensic evidence from the gunmen and information
about intercepted telephone conversations between the gunmen and their
handlers in Pakistan.
Ten gunmen went on a 60-hour rampage
through Mumbai starting November 26, killing about 165 people in
raids on two five-star hotels, a train station and a Jewish center.
Indian commandos killed nine of the attackers and captured the 10th.
Indian authorities filed charges against the surviving terrorist last month.
leaders have accused Pakistani government agencies of supporting the
gunmen, a charge Islamabad denies. Pakistan has detained several
Islamic militants, some of whom India has named as plotters of the