Envoy summoned, Pak asked to speed up 26/11 terror trial
The Morning Standard|November 27, 2021
INDIA on Friday summoned a senior official from Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi and handed over a note, reiterating that the trial in the Mumbai terror attacks case should be expedited.
MAYANK SINGH

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The Ministry of External Affairs also asked Pakistan to abide by its commitment to not let its territory to be used for terrorist acts against India.

“it is a matter of deep anguish that even after 13 years of this heinous terror attack, the families of 166 victims from 15 countries across the globe still await closure, with Pakistan showing little sincerity in bringing the perpetrators to justice,” the ministry said in the note.

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