FIA report mentions 19 Pakistanis in its “most wanted” listing of terrorists who have been concerned in 26/11 Mumbai terror assaults
A report compiled by Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) mentions in its “most wanted” listing of terrorists 19 Pakistanis, who have been concerned in planning and offering monetary assist in the 26/11 Mumbai terror assaults in 2008 that killed 166 individuals. The listing has 28 names.
The file says that every one the wished 19 males are a part of the “defunct” Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a Pakistan primarily based terror outfit.
Based on the proof offered by India and amid worldwide strain, the FIA registered a case on February 12, 2009, underneath varied sections to probe the Mumbai assaults. It has thus far cost sheeted 27 accused individuals and 20 have been declared proclaimed offenders. The trial within the case is but to be concluded.
The 19 embody Amjad Khan. The FIA file describes him as a “crew member of Ex Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (boat Al-Hussaini and boat Al-Fauz), who also purchased boat Al Fauz, which was used during Mumbai Terror attacks.”
It says, “He also purchased Yamaha Motor boat engine, life jackets, inflatable boats etc. from ARZ water sport Karachi, these things were used in Mumbai Terror Attacks and recovered by Indian authorities. Place of Birth Multan, CNIC No. 36302-0426632-3”.
FBI agent despatched to Japan
As reported by The Hindu (November 24, 2018), the U.S.’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) despatched one in all its brokers to the Yamaha Motor’s headquarter in Japan to hunt assist in tracing the one who bought the engine. The FBI discovered that the store proprietor in Karachi bought eight such engines to Amjad Khan, a LeT financier.
Ten LeT terrorists from Pakistan had set off on one of many boats to hold out a terrorist assault in Mumbai.
The different Mumbai conspirators talked about within the FIA report are LeT terrorist Iftihar Ali, who deposited $250 at Euro 2005 Money Changer in Islamabad to acquire a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) connection for “terrorist communication”; captain of Al Hussaini & Al Fouz Shahid Gaffoor; crew members of the 2 boats Abdul Rehman, Usman, Ateeq-ur-Rehman, Riaz Ahmad, Mushtaq, Naeem, Abdul Shakoor, Sabir Salfi, Usman, Shakil Ahmad; LeT financiers- Usman Zia, Abbas Nasir, Javed Iqbal, Mukhtar Ahmad, Ahmed Saeed and Muhammad Khan, who offered Al Hussaini boat to the terrorists.
The FIA report, made obtainable to journalists in Pakistan, stated the “Federal Government has recently introduced a number of fresh legislations to enable security forces and LEAs (law enforcement agencies) to confront terrorist groups more effectively.” It general names 1,210 most wished terrorists (MWTs). “The current book on MWTs is a product of co-operation between various Law enforcement Departments,” it stated.
Pakistan faces a ultimate resolution on its greylist standing on the Financial Action Task Force in February 2021. If it fails to finish the final six duties on its motion listing, it faces extreme monetary constructions by being downgraded to the blacklist, a listing that features displaying credible motion in opposition to listed terror entities, together with these concerned within the 26/11 assaults.