Former Pakistan PM reportedly admits country’s role in 2008 Mumbai attacks

Former Pakistan PM reportedly admits country’s role in 2008 Mumbai attacks

Former Pakistan PM reportedly admits country’s role in 2008 Mumbai attacks

Written by Nathasha De Alwis

13 May, 2018 | 7:05 pm

REUTERS – Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, reportedly admitted to the country playing a role in the deadly 26/11 attacks in India’s financial capital Mumbai. The attack killed nearly 166 people, including foreign nationals after 10 Pakistani gunmen spent three days spraying bullets and throwing grenades around city landmarks.

Sharif, in an interview to Pakistan daily ‘Dawn’ stated that militant organizations were growing in Pakistan and “non-state actors” were responsible for the series of coordinated attacks in Mumbai. Nawaz is currently ousted from the post of Prime Minister after Pakistan’s apex court disqualified him from holding public office on charges of corruption.

India’s special public prosecutor, Ujjwal Nikam, who represented Indian side in the 2008 Mumbai attack trial said yesterday (May 12) that it was now evident on the international platform that Sharif didn’t try to pace up the 26/11 trial despite knowing the truth which made it clear that the Pakistani government is a puppet in the hands of militant outfits and the Army.


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