Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Let Pakistan not want to Mumbai terrorist Available

ISLAMABAD, TUESDAY - The Government of Pakistan, on Tuesday (9 / 12), asserts no one will suspect the perpetrator or the brain terrorist attacks in Mumbai to the Government of India. Pakistan also still trying to keep the peace. However, Pakistan is ready for war if India decided to invite the war.

"We do not want war, but if forced, we certainly will be ready. Then it does not mean we forget the responsibility of maintaining security in the country. However, we do not want no war, "said Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi of Pakistan.

Qureshi asserts, it is only to convey a clear message that Pakistan do not want any conflict with India. Conversely, Pakistan only wants peaceful atmosphere, a stable security, and friendship.

Until now, Pakistan has admitted to holding 16 suspects involved in the Mumbai attack the city. The Government of India has requested that the suspects diekstradisi to India. However, it will not be done. Pakistan says will judge the suspects in Pakistan. "Although the suspects later proven not guilty, they will not be submitted to India," he said.

Pakistan reportedly has been holding gerilyawan founder and leader of Jaish-e-Mohammed, Maulana Masood Azhar. Chairman gerilyawan groups in Kashmir are known to have become one of the fugitive named in the "black list" fugitive Indian pascaserangan given to Pakistan in Mumbai.

Pakistani Defense Minister Ahmad MUKHTAR add, in addition to Azhar, the arrest Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi (head of operations group Lashkar-e-Taiba). "Lakhvi arrested yesterday (Monday) along with Azhar," said MUKHTAR to the TV station CNN-IBN India.

Azhar was arrested security officials in the Indian Kashmir in 1995. However, he then forced released in 1999 as an exemption benefits 160 passenger aircraft that dibajak. The Government of India estimate, after the free, direct Azhar formed a group Jaish-e-Mohammed.

Since it is often the Indian point of this group is involved in various attacks in India, particularly the attack on Indian parliament in 2001. As a result of the attack in 2001, India and Pakistan involved in the war for nearly a fourth time.

More emphatic

Responding to the insistence of the international community, Pakistani security officials to take direct action that is more emphatic. Headquarters-owned headquarters or camps group Jamaat-ud-Dawa, which is believed associated with the group Lashkar-e-Taiba review. Around 15 members of the group leader Hafiz Saeed is currently on hold. In addition, Pakistan is still reported to suspect fillers-16, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, who were arrested Saturday.

Indian media as saying Lakhvi planners Mumbai attacks. In the daily The New York Times, the President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari that the arrest of the suspect to prove that Pakistan is maintaining the commitment quell terrorism.

"We will take resolute perpetrators behind the attacks that lurk in our region. They will treat us as criminals, terrorist and murderer, "he said