NEW DELHI, July 17 (UPI) -- Indian intelligence experts say fundraisers in Britain helped finance the terror group that masterminded last week's commuter train bombings in Bombay.
The officials say prosperous businessmen living in Britain have been using bogus charities to funnel up to $14 million a year to such terror groups as the Lashkar-e-Taiba in Kashmir, which is suspected in the Bombay blasts that killed 182 people.
The Times of London reported the Indian officials accused Britain of failing to act against these businessmen.
At the G8 summit, the report said India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reminded his British counterpart, Tony Blair that three years ago India provided Britain a dossier identifying 14 men living in Britain and was assured the suspects would be investigated.
"Britain talks about the need for all nations to get tough together, but more money comes from the U.K. to Kashmiri terror groups than any other country," one Indian official was quoted as saying.
An expert at Britain's Center for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence said: "It is very sad the figure for the money still flowing to the likes of Lashkar has not been substantially reduced by now."