In yet another scathing attack on Pakistan, India has said that it can't rule out the involvement state actors in Islamabad in Mumbai terror attacks which killed over 170 people last November, according to local media on Sunday.
"India has never ruled out the involvement of state actors in Pakistan in the Nov. 26, carnage despite Islamabad's contention to the contrary," Indian Home Minister P. Chidambaram said in a interview to local TV "NDTV".
Reiterating that Pakistan's inaction against the alleged mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks, Hafiz Saeed, is "atrocious", the Home Minister said that there's "enough and more evidence to continue the probe against him (the Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief)".
"There is enough and more evidence to continue the investigation against Hafiz Saeed. On the face of this evidence, to let him off, I think, is atrocious," Chidambaram said.
Claiming that the details and Islamabad's failure to act against Saeed will be raised by him in his talks with senior U.S. officials later this week, Chidambaram said that Pakistan was simply inventing new questions and it would be a charade for them to keep asking for more dossiers.
"If there is an opportunity, I will take them through the sixth dossier. It has already been shared with many countries -- 16 including the United States. So they know what we have but if there is an opportunity, I will certainly walk them through the dossier to point out that there is enough evidence (against him),"he said.