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Pak official: No list of wanted men provided by India
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08:20, December 05, 2008

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The Indian government has not provided any list mentioning names of wanted persons, said a Pakistani official here Thursday.

Rehman Malik, advisor to the prime minister on interior affairs, told journalists that India had only asked Pakistan in writing for handing over three wanted men allegedly involved in the Mumbai carnage.

"But of these three men, Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon are not in Pakistan while India has asked to send more evidence regarding Maulana Masood Azhar," Malik said.

He also clarified that India had not asked in writing for Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) chief to go to India.


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