ISLAMABAD - After reviewing the Indian reply to the Pakistani questions about the investigation of Mumbai terror attacks, the Ministry of Interior on Tuesday forwarded the detailed response to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for further investigations of the incident. The Pakistani government, after investigating and arresting the alleged culprits of the Mumbai attacks had asked 30 questions to the Indian government for further investigations. The Indian government sent the answers to Pakistan through Foreign office that was later delivered to the Ministry of Interior. Accordingly, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik chaired a meeting to review and discuss the Indian reply. Federal Secretary Interior Syed Kamal Shah and Director General FIA Tariq Khosa attended the meeting. The Advisor on Interior handed over the Indian reply to FIA for further examination and necessary legal action. The government of Pakistan will further discuss the issue further with the Indian government, if needed, through diplomatic channels in due course of time. It was pertinent to mention here that the DNA test of Ajmal Kasab along with others were part of the 30-point questionnaire asked by Pakistan.