FBI: Mumbai's culprit has no Pak links
The five-member team headed by the agency's South Asian Department Director, William Robert, visited the remote town of Faridkot, the place India claims Kasab is a resident of.
However, the team members said that there was no connection between Kasab and the town, a Press TV correspondent reported.
"No evidence could be collected from the area which could confirm the claim of Ajmal Kasab's being Pakistani", the FBI investigators said on Wednesday.
Indian authorities had earlier alleged that Kasab was from Faridkot, in Pakistan's Multan.
Earlier, Islamabad had announced that it had found links between the gunmen who carried out the Mumbai attacks and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), an outlawed militant group.
Based on the report, Zarar Shah, a top LeT commander, who was captured in a raid this month in Pakistani-administrated Kashmir, confessed that the group had been involvement in the November 26 attacks.
The Mumbai carnage left hundreds of people killed or injured and raised tension between the two nuclear armed neighbors. PressTV
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