Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that there was no space for any terrorist in Pakistan and non-state elements should be wiped out from both Pakistan and India. He said, “We do not want to answer Indian allegations; we want to tell Indian government and people that Pakistan is their friend.”

He observed that statements of 101 persons have been recorded and 126 evidences have been collected in the ongoing probe of Mumbai attacks. Challans against the culprits have been submitted in the court and perpetrators of Mumbai attacks would be brought to justice, he stressed. Rehman Malik said that Indian dossier had only information instead of evidences and work was being done on them.

Further evidences were required from India to register a strong case against the criminals and India was also asked to provide report of forensic experts in this regard, he insisted. Foreign Minister said that Pakistan had no agreement with India to transfer the criminals so their trial would be held in Pakistan. Pakistan had no reservations to take an action against the offenders. He said that Pakistan government was doing investigations about Hafiz Saeed and cross-examining was not held on Ajmal Qasab’s statement about Hafiz Saeed.