"No outsiders to investigate in Pakistan"


Express May 08, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Saturday that Pakistan will carry out an investigation into the Faisal Shahzad case. He added that no outsiders will be involved in the internal investigation.

The interior minister also said that Pakistan has received an application by the US to begin formal investigations against the New York terror suspect.

Speaking to the media at Ministers Colony in Islamabad, Malik  denied that an FBI team has already arrived in Pakistan for investigations . He said Pakistan will fully cooperate with the US in the investigation process.

Malik assured any possible links between Faisal Shahzad and the Taliban or his links to the Waziristan area will be thoroughly probed.

COMMENTS (9)

rehan | 10 years ago | Reply Is that the Quaid's foot aiming for a head in the photo?? We must've learnt how to duck quickly from G.W.Bush,or did we not.But the father of the nation seems to be really meaning buisness.
Abid Hussain Chughtai | 10 years ago | Reply It is an extensive conspiracy of anti Pakistan dirty minds. They want to defame Pakistani community in all over the world. It would be wise to take these as timely warnings which must be analyzed to establish if these are fiction or fact. WE Pakistani are very brave nation and we have suffered a lot because of these conspiracies but neither any anti Pakistan individual nor any anti Pakistan group will be successful and victory will eventually be ours. “Insha Allah “ Suspicious involvement of Faisal Shahzad can not be rule out because our easy mark (boob) individuals has always been a part of this kind of activities as they are not well capable to see the bitter results of these sorts of activities which are really a cause of our stoppage in all our the world. May God keep us all in His protection. ”Ameen” Abid Hussain Chughtai Bangoin Rawalakot Azad Kashmir
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