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26/11 was India's intelligence failure: Gilani

26/11 was India's intelligence failure: Gilani

Gilani has also blamed the world community for playing favourites.

New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said 26/11 was India's intelligence failure and blames the international community of playing favourites.

"If anybody thinks that Pakistan is isolated then it is not true. We are not competing with India," he said.

"We want good relations with India," Gilani stated.

"The number of people who dead in Palestine are not less in comparison with Mumbai terror attack and the world should not resort to double standards. The world community should react neutrally. When an attack took place on the Mariott, where was the world?" he demanded to know.

"An intelligence failure of India is their internal matter. We don't want them to use the media to demoralise Pakistan. We have a highly professional army and there is no need to be threatened," Gilani added.

first published:January 10, 2009, 18:37 IST