• After 14 Years Of 26/11, Pakistan Minister Admits Terrorist Ajmal Kasab Was Their Citizen

    Ajmal Kasab was the lone surviving attacker in the 26/11 Mumbai Attack.

    14 years after the 26/11 attack, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed claimed former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had provided detailed information about Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab to India. 

    Speaking at an event where Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Kahn was also among the attendees, Rasheed said, “Nawaz Sharif was the one who gave the details of Ajmal Kasab’s whereabouts to India.”

    He took pride in lashing out at Sharif for aiding India while legally trying Kasab and said, "If this is a wrong piece of information then deem me as a thief and I shall accept the punishment."

    The Pakistani minister also alleged that Sharif received funds from Muammar Gaddafi, Osama Bin Laden, and Saddam Hussein.

    In 2008, multiple attacks in crowded places like the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, posh hotels such as the Taj Mahal Hotel & Tower, the Oberoi, and the Trident as well as the Nariman House jolted Mumbai city. As many as 174 people died while 300 were injured in the series of explosions and firings at the targeted posh sites in the financial capital. 

    Ajmal Kasab was the lone surviving attacker, who let out to Indian authorities that his mates and himself belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba. He was sentenced to death at Yerawada Central Prison, Pune, on November 21, 2021, after then-President Pranab Mukherjee rejected his plea for pardon.
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