ISI behind 26/11, from start to end: Home Secy
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"This was revealed by Headley himself. So this is the kind of importance Saeed attached to the Bombay project. Saeed was not someone who didn't know anything about it (the attacks)," Pillai said, adding that Headley had not just answered to the questions posed by the interrogators but also shared some gossip.
The Home Secretary said the government was hoping that during Krishna's two-day visit to Pakistan, starting Wednesday, Islamabad would share information on some concrete steps it had taken against the planners and perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks.
He said it was now Pakistan's responsibility to carry forward the investigation into the attacks. "We have given them a whole series of data, and information that we have. We have given them the names, we have given them the descriptions (of terrorists and their handlers), we have given them what their height is or their complexion is. Whatever descriptions we have been able to obtain from our investigations, we have shared them with Pakistan. Now it is up to them and all I can say is that their interior minister said (during Home Minister P Chidambaram's visit to Pakistan last month) and I quote 'You would not be disappointed in our response'. So we have to wait and see how much they can do."
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