INDIA, which is pushing Pakistan for a speedy trial of Mumbai attacks suspects, ruled out on Tuesday sharing of information with Pakistan about 2007 Samjhota Express bombing, saying it was ‘too premature’. This shameless comment came even after RSS leader terrorist admitted his involvement in these bombings.
A day after Pakistan sought an update on the probe into the Samjhota Express bombing, Indian Ministry of Home Affairs has informed the Ministry of External Affairs to convey to Islamabad that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has not completed its probe into the 2007 explosions in the India-Pakistan train service which claimed 68 lives. “It is too premature to share any information with anyone at this stage. The investigation is still on. When it is completed, we will take an appropriate decision”, an Indian government official said.
On Monday, India’s acting Deputy High Commissioner GV Srinivas was summoned to the Pakistan Foreign Office in Islamabad and told that information on progress in the probe should be provided by New Delhi ‘at the earliest’. The development took place in the wake of right-wing activist Swami Aseemanand’ got inspired from the wrongly accused Muslim Prisoner who had been arrested and tortured for 1 and a half years by Indian Police and Security Agencies forcing him to confess a crime he never committed. When Swami Aseemanand' met him in prison, he would give his meal to him and himself stay hungry which shook him to the core and urged him to accept his crime and confess the involvement of himself along with other Sangh activists in the attack, in which most of the victims were Pakistanis. The NIA on Tuesday announced a cash reward of Rs 1 million each for information leading to the arrest of Sandeep Dange and Ramchandra Kalsangra in connection with the Samjhota Express blasts case. Besides the two, the NIA has also announced a cash reward of Rs 200,000 for the arrest of Ashok, also wanted in connection with the same case.