Among the unsung heroes of 26/11 is Rajvardhan Sinha who was one of the first policemen to enter the Taj Hotel when it was attacked. Here, he recalls the harrowing tale.
He also clarified that the country has now been "combating terrorism with new policy and new method".
'The list makes it clear that Pakistan possesses all the necessary information and evidence on the conspirators and facilitators of the Mumbai terror attack based in Pakistan,' Srivastava said.
However, the Federal Investigation Agency's list does not mention Lashkar-e-Taiba chief and UN designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed and wanted underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.
Rana, 59, was serving a 14-year sentence when he was granted early release from a Los Angeles federal prison last week because of poor health and a bout of coronavirus, prosecutors said.
In a gathering at Masjid Al-Qadsia here on Friday, Saeed claimed that India and the US "encircled" Pakistan and were specially targeting Balochistan for terrorism.
Under pressure to act against banned groups, Pakistan took control of a seminary and four dispensaries run by Saeed-linked Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation.
Pakistan's interior ministry issued a notification against the Saeed-founded Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) charity, as well as its associated organisation, the Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation.
The amendment means that all individuals and entities listed by the United Nations also stand banned under Pakistani laws now.
In his petition, Saeed claimed that the authorities were once again seeking his arrest in view of a visit of the United Nations delegation on Friday.
The 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind, Hafiz Saeed, wants to 'liberate' Kashmir to avenge the defeat of Pakistan in the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971.
Saeed said he would contest the election on the platform of Milli Muslim League (MML), though he did not disclose anything about the constituency.
Union ministers Smriti Irani and Rajyavardhan Rathore today paid homage to victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
Modi recalled the sacrifice of those who lost their lives in the 26/11 attacks, and said the world would have to together battle terrorism.
India’s diplomatic effort to force Pakistan to crack down on terror outfits was thwarted today after a judicial review in Lahore decided to release Jamaat ud Dawa head Hafiz Saeed.