"Pakistan was heavily criticised over the Mumbai attacks", he shared in a statement while referring to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's recent remarks on the Mumbai attacks in an interview. "We strongly believe that the handlers of the attack were in Pakistan", Sitharaman told a press conference here, in response to a query. He said by blaming Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif has actually presented himself to the enemies as an offer to become an approver against Pakistan to malign country through sheer lies.
Rehman warned that such reckless statements inflict damage on Pakistan's narrative while apprising at the same time that country has tendered unrivalled sacrifices in war on terror. "Explain it to me", he asked, in a clear reference to the Mumbai killings blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists.
Reacting to Sharif's statement, Nisar, under whose watch the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) was investigating the Mumbai attacks, said despite India possessing "90 per cent of the evidence" of the incident, it did not bother to share those with Pakistani courts.
Mainstream Indian news outlets, since the interview was published on Saturday, have been playing up Sharif's statement on the attacks as a "confession" of Pakistan's role in the Mumbai incident.
Nisar said Pakistan repeatedly sought cooperation from the Indian government but it always used the incident against Pakistan on political grounds for its despicable plans.
Meanwhile, Sharifs younger brother Shahbaz Sharif said that media misrepresented views of the former prime minister.
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"Faizal, a resident of Mumbai was trained in Pakistan, said sources".
In his tweet, Imran also stated that the former prime minister was not only adamant on destroying government institutions like the Supreme Court, Pakistan Army and National Accountability Bureau, but had also come down to putting future of Pakistan at stake.
He was called to Pakistan by a person who is wanted in for terrorist activities in Mumbai.
In February, the apex court also disqualified Sharif as the head of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). "Why can't we complete the trial?" Afghanistan's narrative is being accepted, but ours is not.
The official said the arrested man's interrogation had revealed that he was part of a terror group that planned to carry out attacks on "public utilities" and crowded places. Nine of the attackers were killed by police while lone survivor Ajmal Kasab was caught and hanged after handed down death sentence.