A former US ambassador to India has said that after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks Washington had facilitated intelligence sharing between the two countries on counter-terrorism issues and helped India in investigation and identification of the persons involved in the assault.
For the eighth time, the judge of the anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of seven Pakistani suspects charged with involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks was changed on Wednesday as the case was transferred to another court.
Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, the key planner of 2008 Mumbai attacks, Wednesday submitted an application with the Pakistan government seeking an end to his detention under a public security order slapped on him soon after being granted bail in the 26/11 case.
Pakistan government today again failed to file a plea challenging the bail to Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the key planner of 2008 Mumbai attacks, on the last working day for courts ahead of a two-week winter break, citing that the judge has not released the copy of the order.
Hitting out at Pakistan for releasing 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Minister of State for Urban Development Babul Supriyo on Thursday said the neighbouring country is sending a very "bad message".
Reacting to the bail granted by a Pakistani court on Thursday to LeT operations commander and a key planner of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the move was 'unfortunate'.
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court which is conducting the trial of seven accused allegedly involved in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks today adjourned the hearing till December 10 as the judge went on leave.