ISLAMABAD: Reacting to the statement of Indian External Affairs Ministry regarding detention of Hafiz Saeed, the Interior Ministry spokesman on Wednesday said Pakistan does not need any certification or endorsement from India in this regard. The spokesman said that as a matter of record, the actions taken by the government have been carried out as per obligations vis-a-vis listing of Jamaatud Dawa under UN Security Council Resolution 1267 in December 2008. He said that India has constantly been using Saeed’s political activities as a tool to malign Pakistan. The international community should take notice and understand that Pakistan is a democratic society where judiciary takes free, independent and transparent decisions. “If indeed India is serious about its allegations, it should come up with concrete evidence against Hafiz Saeed which is sustainable in court of law in Pakistan or for that matter anywhere in the world.” He said Pakistan is still looking for justification and explanation from India as to how all the accused involved in Samjhota Express bombing where 68 Pakistani nationals lost their lives, have gone scot-free. The involvement of Indian Army officer Lieutenant Colonel Prasad Shrikant Prohit and Hindu terrorists like Swami Aseemanand of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in the Samjhota incident is a matter of record and has been widely reported in the international press without any positive response from India.