Commenting on the house arrest of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed in Lahore was essentially a face-saving technique, India today reiterated that Pakistan should investigate his role in masterminding the Mumbai terror attacks and look for evidence against him on its own soil. On reports that Saeed had been put under house arrest, Home Minister P Chidambaram pointed out that the Lashkar-e-Taiba founder had been charged under two FIRs unrelated to 26/11. If that is a face-saving technique, I have no objection. My demand is that now that he has been arrested, he should be interrogated on the 26/11 incidents; his role in the 26/11 attacks must be investigated, Chidambaram said. He said Pakistan should look for evidence on its own soil. On the Pakistan governments stand that there was not enough evidence to take action against Saeed, Chidambaram said: Evidence is on Pakistani soil. When Pakistan says give us evidence, evidence is not on Indian soil all the evidence against Hafiz Saeed is on Pakistani soil. Therefore, one must investigate in Pakistan, and find the evidence in Pakistan.