A former head of Pakistan’s investigation agency has said that 26/11 Mumbai attacks were planned and launched from Pakistan for which LeT terrorists were trained in Sindh.
Tariq Khosa, who was made head of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) weeks after the 2008 assault that killed 166 people said Pakistan has deal with the Mumbai mayhem. He said this requires facing the truth and admitting its mistakes.
In an article for the Dawn newspaper, Khosa also demanded that Pakistan’s state security apparatus should ensure that the perpetrators and masterminds of the ghastly terror attacks are brought to justice. He said dilatory tactics by the defendants, frequent change of trial judges and assassination of the case prosecutor as well as retracting from original testimony by some key witnesses have been serious setbacks for the prosecutors