LONDON - Statement of High Commissioner to Britain Wajid Shamsul Hasan that Pakistan's territory was not used to plan the Mumbai attacks has perturbed Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani who maintained that Wajid has spoken too soon. In a preview of the findings of Islamabad's investigation into the Indian dossier, Wajid told Indian news channel NDTV in London: "Pakistan's territory was not used so far as we know. It could have been some other place but not the UK. Pakistani territory was not used so far as the investigators have made their conclusions. Because there were two places I was concerned about. They categorically informed me that UK was not involved. Pakistan was not involved. Its territories were not used for planning this operation." Wajid said Pakistan's examination of the Indian dossier would show its 'non-involvement' in the attacks and questioned the veracity of the Indian information, saying it 'could be fabricated'. "Well, it could be fabricated," he said. Referring to India, he added, "You took 45 days to give that sort of evidence although you started blaming Pakistan from day one." Wajid said the Mumbai attacks were planned at a 'third place' outside Pakistan and Britain. Official report on the attacks in which over 170 people were killed will be ready 'by Saturday or Sunday', he added. Agencies add: "I have spoken to the Interior Ministry to check on newspaper reports that said the attacks were planned in the UK," Wajid told Indian news agency IANS in another interview. "They told me there was no evidence of UK involvement. The attacks were not planned in either Pakistan or the UK. "However, they said it was planned at some other outside place. It may not necessarily be a country - it could be a ship," he said. Wajid said the report will be ready by Sunday after it is seen and approved by the President and the Prime Minister. He told NDTV: "We are not going to do any whitewashing business. We believe in going after facts. Our findings will be acceptable to the world. We will try to satisfy India with our findings. We are addressing the concerns of the world not just India." "When you collect material, then you sort it out, you re-do it and re-read it. That requires time, so I am sure once they complete it, they will come out with concrete facts that will satisfy the world as to Pakistan's non-involvement in the Mumbai attacks," he said. Commenting on Pakistan High Commissioner's statement, Prime Minister Gilani, who is in Davos, Switzerland, at the World Economic Forum, said Wajid Shamsul Hasan had spoken too soon and that his government was not ready to comment on the dossier. Gilani told NDTV that the evidence was still being investigated by Interior Ministry and even he did not have details of that probe yet. "He can't comment at the moment when the prime minister can't comment," he said of Wajid's interview. "Very soon we'll come back to the world whatever the findings are, " he added.