The Pakistani spy agency was behind the train bombings that killed nearly 200 people in Bombay in July, Bombay’s police commissioner charged this week. A.N. Roy said Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) planned the attacks and had the banned Islamic group Lashkar-e-Taiba carry them out. Pakistan strongly denied the allegations and challenged India to provide evidence. But India is not the only country accusing the Pakistanis. The British Defense Ministry released a report last week saying that the ISI “has been supporting terrorism and extremism” in Britain and Afghanistan. And even Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has admitted that “rogue elements” in the ISI may still be supporting the Taliban.
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