ISLAMABAD - The latest Indian dossier carries responses to the queries that had been raised by Pakistan in April, New Delhi-based sources informed TheNation on Saturday. It is worth mentioning here that Pakistan, in a dossier served to India in April this year, had asked to allow the three Indian officials including two magistrates and an investigator to travel to Pakistan to testify that they had recorded the statement of Ajmal Kasab sentenced to death for the Mumbai attacks. According to the sources, in the latest dossier sent to Pakistan, India has provided additional information about those involved in the Mumbai attacks with evidence that they were operating from Pakistani soil. The official sources seeking anonymity further informed that the dossier also conveyed Indias mounting unhappiness with Pakistans lack of concrete action against Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) Chief Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, who according to India was the mastermind behind the Mumbai attacks. Interior Ministrys official dealing with the same issue will examine the latest dossier by India on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks ahead of the important meeting of the Foreign Secretaries to bridge the trust deficit between the two countries being held in Islamabad next week. Dossier will be forwarded to the Interior Ministry for examination when received. Said the Spokesperson of Foreign Office on Saturday. He added that the Government of Pakistan strongly believed that whosoever was involved in the Mumbai attacks should be punished. It is pertinent to mention here that the spokesperson of the Foreign office has long been stating that Pakistan is conducting the trial of the accused on its soil in a transparent and professional way and the recently extended evidence by Indian authorities would be analysed appropriately. Nirupama Rao is expected to arrive in Islamabad on 24th June as Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir had invited her to visit Pakistan in a bid to normalise the tension between the two arch-rivals. Both the Secretaries are expected to find ways to bridge the trust deficit between the two sides and to prepare the grounds for a meeting of the foreign ministers on July 15. Reports emanating from India revealed quoting its external affairs ministry spokesperson Vishnu Prakash that the latest dossier contained a set of responses to the six dossiers received from Pakistan on April 25. Pakistan has also sought access to Kasab to facilitate the trial of Lashkar-e-Tayyaba operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and six others charged with the involvement in the Mumbai attacks.