HYDERABAD (Agencies) - Jama'at-e-Islami Hind on Wednesday criticised Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram for denying any conspiracy in the death of three police officers in Mumbai terror attack, including ATS chief Hemant Karkare. MM Khan, President of Jama'at units of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa said that there was nothing wrong in Antulay asking for a probe into the police officers "suspicious" death. Chidambaram on Tuesday in Lok Sabha said that there was no truth whatsoever in the suspicion that there was a conspiracy to eliminate ATS chief Hemant Karkare and two other police officials. In fact, the Congress would have initiated a thorough inquiry into the circumstances leading to the death of three officers, including Kakare who was also investigating the Malgaon blasts, said Khan. The govt by refusing Antulay's demand of probe into Karkare's death has encouraged BJP, Shiv Sena and other Hindu fanatic organisations, he added. Khan alleged that the country's internal and external policies are being influenced by US, Israel and the UK who were known for their "abuse of human rights". Meanwhile, Congress party spokesman Abhishek Singhvi told reporters in New Delhi that there was no "war hysteria" in the country in the wake of the involvement of elements from Pakistan in the Mumbai attacks, but said the country would not back out on its stand in international diplomacy. Alleging that the "hysteria" and flip-flop was on the other side of the border (Pakistan) and that it was the perpetrator of the current climate, Singhvi said that the Indian Prime Minister, the Congress President and the External Affairs Minister had already made the position clear on the issue. "The External Affairs Minister (Pranab Mukherjee) has already stated that all options which are there before a sovereign country are open..." Singhvi said. On the charges of the BJP that when the Congress could not handle the Antulay issue, how could it handle Pakistan, the spokesman said, "The saffron party always practised the politics of division." "Such cheap comments divide the nation..." Singhvi said.