Ex-Pakistan FIA Chief Admits Country’s Role in 26/11 Attacks

Khosa’s column was discussing this issue in the backdrop of both Prime Ministers meeting in Russia’s Ufa recently.

Published: 04th August 2015 03:21 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th August 2015 03:41 PM   |  A+A-

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Tariq M. Khosa, former head of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) who probed the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks has revealed that his investigation found a lot of evidence that links Lashkar-e-Taiba planning and launching the attacks from Pakistani soil.

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In an opinion piece to Pakistani newspaper Dawn, Tariq made the admission that “Pakistan has to deal with the Mumbai mayhem, planned and launched from its soil.”  

“Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistani national, whose place of residence and initial schooling as well as his joining a banned militant organisation was established by the investigators,” Khosa wrote nailing Pakistan’s lie.

Khosa’s column was discussing this issue in the backdrop of both Prime Ministers meeting in Russia’s Ufa recently where they said that they were ready to discuss all outstanding issues.

Further explaining the background of the 26/11 terror incident, Khosa said that the explosive devices used in the attack traced all the 10 terrorists belonging to LeT to the Thatta, Sindh training camp.

In the conclusion of the piece, "Are we as a nation prepared to muster the courage to face uncomfortable truths and combat the demons of militancy that haunt our land?," Khosa opined.

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