Former interior minister and the senior most PML-N leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan refute the claim made by ex boss and leader Nawaz Sharif in a recent interview. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claimed in his interview with leading Pakistani English daily Dawn that why the trial of suspects allegedly involved in Mumbai attacks had not completed. He put the blame on Pakistan for not completing the trial. But Chaudhry Nisar made the record straight. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan made it clear that India never showed its seriousness to provide evidence in this case. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan contradicts the statement of his own leader.
Chaudhry Nisar put the blame on India for delay in the trial. Pakistan arrested the suspects accused by the India. But India refused to provide the records and documents to complete the trial in the court according to the laws.
The attack occurred in India, where 90 per cent of the proofs were present but India refused to share those with Pakistan, Nisar remarked. “We kept on requesting India to cooperate in the case. We have always cooperated with India over information sharing pertaining to all incidents of terrorism,” Nisar added. “India always shows aggression when it comes to incidents such as that of Kulbhushan Jadhav,” he said, referring to the Indian spy facing a death sentence in Pakistan.
Nisar further said that India wasn’t even willing to cooperate with the investigation committee formed by the Pakistani courts. “The committee wasn’t even allowed to travel to India at first.”
With regards to Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, who India claims to be the sole attacker of the incident to be captured alive, Nisar said he was the sole eyewitness of the attacks.
“The Pakistani investigation team wasn’t allowed to ask questions from Ajmal.”
India announced his death sentence and ‘removed’ him, Nisar said, alleging that the death sentence process was hurried so that the facts are never brought before the world. All of Pakistan’s requests, letters, and announcements regarding the Mumbai attacks have been recorded, which are safe with the FIA, he added.
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17 July, 2019