India has expressed its willingness to share ‘material evidence’ which is related to the attacks of 26/11, Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Friday. The statement had come a day after India said that Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar has written to Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, his Pakistan counterpart while seeking cooperation in the investigation of the eight-year-old case.
However, Pakistan has now said that the letter from Mr. Jaishankar is somewhere a response to Mr. Ahmad’s letter that is dated September 8 2015.
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“In reply to the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan’s letter, which is dated 8th September 2015, the Indian Foreign Secretary, in his letter of the date 6th September has somewhere expressed India’s readiness to share the material evidence, which Pakistan has been further seeking for quite some time for the Mumbai trial.”
Moreover, the material evidence and also the cross examination of the prosecution witnesses are needed to proceed further with this trial in Pakistan as per our law of the land,” Nafees Zakaria, Spokesperson of Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.