Pakistan has slammed double standards in the Indian government's policies, as it seeks details of the probe into the Samjhota Express bombings.
During the weekly Foreign Office briefing in Islamabad, spokesperson Abdul Basit said India is obsessed with blaming Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence for any untoward incident.
He also said India should formally inform Pakistan regarding the Samjhota Express probe.
Some 68 people, mostly Pakistani nationals, were killed when bombs were set off in two coaches of the cross-country Samjhauta Express train, running between Delhi and Lahore, around midnight on February 18, 2007 at Diwana near Panipat, 80 kilometres north of Delhi.
The case was being handled by Harayana Police which had failed to make any headway after its probe led to a tailor at Indore who had prepared the cover for the suitcase in which the bombs were planted.
With no breakthrough in the over three-year-old Samjautha Express blast case, the Indian government has decided to hand over its probe to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to unravel the conspiracy.
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