Indian Prime Minister accuses Pakistan on Mumbai Terror attacks
Speaking for the first time after a months of Mumbai terror attacks Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh accused Pakistan of using terror as an instrument of state policy. Indian Prime Minister said that Pakistan was whipping up war-like hysteria and is a safe haven for terrorists and a sanctuary for terrorist forces.Pakistan has sharply reacted Indian Prime Minister's reaction.
November's attack on Mumbai must have had support from some official agencies in Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said.
Mr Singh also accused Pakistan of "whipping up war hysteria" in what correspondents say may be the toughest comments yet by a senior Indian figure.
On Monday, India said it had handed to Islamabad evidence that linked the attacks to "elements" in Pakistan.
More than 170 people died when 10 gunmen targeted Mumbai.
Separately, the sole surviving gunman from the raid, Mohammed Ajmal Amir Qasab, was remanded in custody on Tuesday for a further two weeks until 19 January.
Speaking to a meeting of the chief ministers of Indian states in Delhi, Mr Singh said that because of the "sophistication and military precision of the attack it must have had the support of some official agencies in Pakistan".