Pakistan still protecting the masters of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks! Honesty not shown even after 13 years
Made important revelations regarding the only terrorist caught alive. Kasab said that the attack was planned, coordinated and operated by Lashkar and other modules present in Pakistan.
Today, on 26 November 2021, 13 years of multiple blasts in a series in Mumbai are being completed. 13 years ago, on this day, the terrorists had shaken the city of dreams with their nefarious designs. At that time 10 terrorists of Pakistan's terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba had carried out 12 attacks for about 4 days. 166 people from 15 countries were killed in the attacks on Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Nariman House, Metro Cinema and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus among other places.
The 2008 Mumbai attacks, also known as the 26/11 Blasts, were widely condemned. These blasts, along with already strained relations with Pakistan, prompted the Indian government to take a serious approach to counter-terrorism operations and re-examine its aspects.
Kasab made important revelations
- After these blasts, important revelations were made regarding the only terrorist caught alive. Kasab said that the attack was planned, coordinated and operated by Lashkar and other modules present in Pakistan. In the testimony given to intelligence agencies in the country, Kasab had said that all the attackers had come from Pakistan and those controlling them were also working from across the border.
Nawaz Sharif's claims exposed
- Nearly ten years after the attack, former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in a series of sensational revelations, indicated that Islamabad played a role in the 2008 Mumbai attacks. The evidence available at this time also shows that Pakistan's State-Sponsored Terrorism was involved in the 26/11 attacks. This has been proved in the interrogation of three terrorists, Ajmal Kasab, David Headley and Zabiuddin Ansari.
Pakistan is not honest even after 13 years
- Pakistan has not shown sincerity in providing justice to the victims even on the 13th anniversary of 26/11, even after all the evidence shared by India, including its public acceptance, is available. On 7 November, a Pakistani court released six terrorists who were involved in the horrific attacks on Hafiz Saeed's orders. Lashkar-e-Taiba commander and 2008 Mumbai attacks leader Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi were also arrested by the country's Punjab province's Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) on charges of financing terrorism, though he has been around since 2015. was on bail.
Names of 4000 terrorists removed from the list
- Terrorist Lakhvi was once again arrested in Pakistan earlier this year in January. Terrorist organizations in Pakistan keep changing their names to avoid investigation and counter-allegations. The United Nations Anti-Terrorist Organization has increased surveillance on them.
Earlier, in April this year, a New York-based artificial intelligence start-up revealed that Pakistan has quietly removed the names of around 4,000 terrorists from its terror watch list. The names removed include Lashkar leader and Mumbai attack mastermind Zakir ur Rehman Lakhvi and many others.