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FBI proof is nothing new, says India

New Delhi: India on Tuesday said the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation giving proof of the existence of terror camps in Pakistan only substantiated its stand.

Minister of State for Home Sriprakash Jaiswal said here that the FBI's satellite proof was not new, as New Delhi had repeatedly provided evidence of the existence of the terror camps.

Mr. Jaiswal said since the matter pertained to a foreign agency talking about another country, it was for the External Affairs Ministry to react to it. "However, our Government has repeatedly said it earlier. For us it is nothing new. The countries which did not believe [us], for them it was the satellite proof. We never had any doubt about their existence."

About Pakistan's charge of the presence of terror training camps in India, Mr. Jaiswal said there was no truth in the allegation. — UNI

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