If Pak cannot investigate, let FBI or India do it: Chidambaram

Ahmedabad: Union Home minister P Chidambaram today said if Islamabad"cannot"probe the Mumbai attacks, then it should allow FBI or India to carry out investigation in Pakistan in connection with the terror strikes last November.

"If Pakistan government says that it can't investigate why don't they let the FBI to investigate who are willing to do it. If they can't investigate, allow us (India) to do the investigation," Chidambaram said at a press conference here.

He was referring to reports of Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik complaining that he did not have enough evidence to investigate the 26/11 attack case.

" Pakistan Interior Minister has the habit of saying every 15 days that there is not enough evidence. If the government of a country is not going to investigate I can only feel sorry for them," he said.

The evidence in India has already been investigated and remaining evidence is in Pakistan and is yet to be looked into, he said. Malik had recently said that evidence provided by India were not enough.