Sunday, November 30, 2008

Pakistan Now Won’t Send Intel Chief to India

Yesterday I posted India pressures Pakistan for terrorist intel. I said Pakistan’s agreement to send its ISI chief, rather than a subordinate, to New Delhi in response to a demand from Indian PM Singh had something of the feeling of a school boy being called to the Principal’s office and was a tacit admission of a Pakistan connection to the Mumbai.

Now with tensions and national feelings in both countries escalating, Pakistan has reversed itself.

From a Washington Post report:

. . .Pakistan reversed a decision to send its spy chief to aid India's investigation, saying it would send a lower-level official. But officials said they would help India identify and capture those behind the attacks.
The entire WaPo story's here.