We want to see Saeed being brought to justice: US
"We have been very clear why this program, particularly our Rewards for Justice program, was put in place. We want to see this individual brought to justice," state department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters.
"As you remember at the time, there was a lot of speculation of why we did this because everyone knows he's in Pakistan. What we want to do is give the Pakistani authorities the judicial wherewithal to bring this guy to justice," he said.
At the time we used the phrase, and continue to use, evidence that can withstand judicial scrutiny.
"Whether he is tried in a Pakistani court or in a US court or wherever, we want to see him brought to justice," Toner said.
Soaring temperatures and heat waves have gripped North India, as locals try to beat it by drinking fluids and covering themselves as they drive their vehicles. The effect of the rising temperatures was visible in Allahabad, where scores of people turned up to take bath in the Ganges river to beat the heat.
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