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PC to take dossier on 26/11 to US
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, January 3
Union Home Minister P Chidambaram would visit the US next week with a dossier of evidence compiled by Indian investigative agencies on those who perpetrated the Mumbai attack.

The file also contains details like confessions of suspects and records of satellite phone conversations. The evidence also shows the role of non-state actors operating from Pakistani soil, such as the LeT, and the possible complicity of some official Pakistani agencies.

The handing over of this evidence would be the first step in a major diplomatic campaign India intends to launch to nail the perpetrators of the attacks.

Meanwhile, Chidambaram had, in an interview to an English news channel, said that their (Pakistanís) state actors, too, were involved.

It has also emerged that the handlers of Mumbai attackers were operating from ISI safe houses during the attack, sources said.

Meanwhile, US ambassador David C Mulford called on the minister today. During the 40-minute meeting, the duo discussed cooperation on setting up of India's National Investigative Agency.

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