It is reliably learnt that Indian authorities have also sought the assistance of British and United States intelligence following reports of the terrorists' links with international criminals.
He said the Indian authorities had denied newspaper reports that the terrorists had used Malaysian travel documents and credit cards.
This was revealed to the consul-general by senior police investigators but there is still no official statement from the Indian government on this so-called link.
"Investigations are ongoing with the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States and India's own Central Bureau of Investigation, their police and other enforcement and intelligence agencies," Wan Zaidi said.
He added the authorities had yet to ascertain the authenticity of news reports that Malaysian credit cards were discovered in the knapsacks of several terrorists killed in shoot-outs with Indian crack Black Cat commandos.Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said police were liaising with Interpol on the matter.
He also denied reports that eight of the terrorists were living in Mumbai for a month prior to the attack and were posing as Malaysian students.
"If there were any truth to these reports, then Malaysia would have been linked to the terrorist attacks," he said when contacted in Mumbai.
"The claims are unsubstantiated. This is an allegation that does not have any evidence," he said after a National Economic Council meeting.
The meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. -- By: Adrian David, NST