LeT Asked Me to Recruit Someone From Indian Military For Spying: Headley

David Coleman Headley , the Pakistani-American terrorist, who was produced in a Mumbai court, detailed the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

Published: 09th February 2016 09:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th February 2016 11:40 AM   |  A+A-


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The Pakistani-American terrorist,David Coleman Headley, who was produced in a Mumbai court yesterday, detailed the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

Headley said he was asked by LeT to gather military intelligence in India and also recruit someone from Indian  military for spying.

Headley suggested to LeT bosses Hafiz Saeed and Zakiur-Rehman Lakhvi to challenge decision of US govt designating LeT as foreign terror outfit and banning it. 

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Headley told the court that his wife Faiza had in January 2008 complained to US Embassy in Islamabad that he was involved in terrorist activities. 

LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Hizbul Mujahideen and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen are all allies of United Jihad Council working in PoK, Headley tells court.

LeT members had planned to attack a conference meeting of Indian defence scientists to be held at Taj Hotel in Mumbai, Headley told the court.

He said he had also conducted recce of Maharashtra State Police Headquarters and the Naval air station in south Mumbai.

(With inputs from PTI)

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