Rehman Malik equates 26/11 Mumbai attacks with Babri Masjid demolition
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An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan is conducting trial of seven Pakistanis charged with involvement in the Mumbai attack.
"I know there has been questions on Hafeez Saeed and obviously this is the demand from the people of India. Exactly in the same way when the Samjhauta blast happened people of Pakistan were actually asking what has happened?" the Interior Minister said.
Stating that terrorism brings grief, Malik assured that Pakistan will bring the culprits, terrorist, perpetrators to justice and "you will see it".
"Have you seen any propaganda. No? We want to come out of that domain of propaganda. We want to see love and peace," he said.
Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde, however, countered Malik's words saying that Pakistan has not kept its promises made earlier.
"You have been outspoken on all the fronts. But we in India keep on talking that earlier on 2, 3, 4 occasions the promises were made and that (they) were not fulfilled and today you have assured. I am quiet confident that both the countries will go forward in bilateral cooperation," he added.
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