ISLAMABAD " Pakistan on Monday said it had received from India the letter written by Ajmal Kasab, an alleged terrorist captured alive by Indian police in Mumbai attacks last month. Kasab, in his letter, has asked for legal aid from the Pakistani government and it was received by Pakistan's Acting High Commissioner to New Delhi, Afrasiyab Mehdi Hashmi, who is heading the mission in the absence of High Commissioner Shahid Malik currently visiting Islamabad. "The letter by Ajmal Kasab has been received and currently we are examining it," said the Foreign Office spokesman when contacted. He refused to share contents of the letter but another official requesting anonymity said that Kasab had asked for legal aid from the Pakistani government. However, he said that the nationality of Ajmal Kasab had not been determined so far and it was the official position of Islamabad on vital issue. Pakistan's Foreign Office, however, once again denied the Indian assertions that Islamabad had been provided with enough evidence about the involvement of Pakistani nationals in Mumbai carnage. In response to media queries to Indian FM's reamrks that enough evidence has been given to Pakistan, the Foreign Office spokesman said," "The Government of Pakistan has so far not received any information or evidence relating to the Mumbai incident from the Government of India." AFP from New Delhi adds: Earlier India summoned a Pakistani diplomat to the foreign ministry in New Delhi and handed over a letter purportedly written by surviving Mumbai attacker Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman, a report said. "In his letter, Kasab says he is a Pakistani national and that he wants to meet the Pakistan high commissioner" (ambassador) in India, the Press Trust of India reported. Foreign ministry officials were not immediately available for comment but the official news agency said the letter was given to Pakistan's acting High Commissioner Afrasiab. A ministry official who did not want to be named said a photocopy of Iman's original letter had been handed over.