The puppet dictator terrorist of the United States shakes hands with his Pakistani terrorist puppet dictator buddy at the White House on 22 September 2006, a week ahead of a Washington meeting between the leaders of the US, Pakistan and Afghanistan.(AFP/File/Tim Sloan)
RELATIONS between India and Pakistan were plunged into a new crisis at the weekend after Indian police blamed July’s devastating train bombings in Mumbai on Pakistan’s intelligence agency and the outlawed pro-Pakistan militant group, Lashkar-e-Toiba.
In a detailed statement that left little room for equivocation, Mumbai Police Commissioner AN Roy described the Inter-Services Intelligence as the “mastermind” behind the July 11 attack in which 186 people were killed and more than 800 injured.
“We have solved the 7/11 bomb blast case,” he said on Saturday.
“This whole business was planned by the ISI in Pakistan and the LeT, and local operatives (in Mumbai) helped them,” he said. “It was a professional, precise and well-planned operation.”
Yesterday, Indian Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon said his Government would hand over its evidence to Pakistan about the involvement of ISI.