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New Delhi: Ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks, India on Wednesday said it felt let down by Pakistan on the issue of bringing the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks to justice.
“We are disappointed. We have been let down by Pakistan because till now only two witnesses have been examined, and there has been some kind of a lull on that front,” External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna told a private television news channel.
He said India would keep reminding Pakistan at every meeting with its leaders that the trial should be put on the fast track. “It is for India to keep reminding Pakistan every time there is a chance meeting or a meeting for due deliberations. India expects the pace of the trial to be speeded up,” Mr. Krishna said in an interview to Headlines Today.
He said India had not given up hope on the 26/11 trial in Pakistan. “We will pursue it and we will pursue it to its logical end,” Mr. Krishna said. Asked whether the efforts made to reduce the trust deficit with Pakistan were an exercise in futility, he said: “I don't think so.” — PTI
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