Pakistan’s high court released the man suspected to be behind the November terrorist attacks in Mumbai that killed 166 people, provoking a strong response from India on Tuesday. The Indian government condemned the decision, saying Pakistan is not serious about cracking down on cross-border terrorism. Army officers, meanwhile, accuse Indian intelligence agencies of aiding Taliban militants in the Swat Valley, where Pakistani troops are fighting. The released prisoner, Hafiz Mohammed Saeed is the head of Lashkar-e-Taiba, a terrorist organization formed to fight Indian rule in Kashmir. He was under house arrest, but authorities say there wasn’t enough evidence to detain him longer.