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MEA Annual Report: Pakistan did not show seriousness on 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: MEA

MEA Annual Report: Pakistan has not yet shown sincerity in providing justice to the families of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has said these things in its annual report released on Monday. The Comprehensive Annual Report of the Ministry of External Affairs for 2021-2022 also states that India desires normal neighborly relations with Pakistan.

The MEA report said that India’s consistent position is that any issue between India and Pakistan should be resolved bilaterally and peacefully in an environment free from terrorism and violence.

It has been said that the leaders of Pakistan have shown no respite in hate statements against India including their domestic affairs to divert attention from their domestic political and economic failures.

Foreign Ministry said – Pakistan needs credible action

The Ministry of External Affairs has said that Pakistan needs to take credible, irreversible and verifiable action to end cross-border terrorism. India’s efforts to build normal neighborly relations with Pakistan are being undermined by Pakistan’s continued support of cross-border terrorism and violence against India.

166 people including foreigners, security forces were killed in Mumbai attack

India is firmly and firmly committed to take all necessary measures to safeguard its national security in the fight against terrorism. India has been consistently raising the issue of Pakistan’s continued support to cross-border terrorism and terrorist infiltration in bilateral, regional and multilateral fora.

The report also informs our partners and the international community at large on the continuing concerns of cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

Let us tell you that on November 26, 2008, several terrorist attacks took place in Mumbai. 166 people, including 20 security force personnel and 26 foreign nationals, were killed and over 300 were injured.


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