Pakistan and terror
NEW DELHI, India (CNN) -- The Indian government accused Pakistan's military spy agency, the Inter Services Intelligence, of planning the July 11 Mumbai train bombings that killed 209 people.
The claims were swiftly denied and denounced by Pakistan, which also repeated its condemnation of what a government spokesman said was a "barbaric attack."
"We have solved this case," Indian Police Commisioner A.N. Roy said at a news conference Saturday.
Roy said the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, a banned terrorist group from Pakistan, and the Students Islamic Movement of India were part of the planning and carried out the attacks.
"The entire episode was done on behalf of ISI," he said.