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Old November 25th, 2009, 10:37 AM
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Pak anti-terror court declares Lakhvi as 26/11 mastermind. So what next?

Pakistan has indicted 7 terrorists as participants in the Mumbai attacks. Now Lakhvi is accused of being the mastermind. But so what? What next? Will they be hanged?

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Agencies Posted online: Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009 at 1723 hrs
Islamabad : A Pakistani anti-terrorism court formally charged seven suspects, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, on Wednesday with planning and helping execute the Mumbai attacks, an action that came a day before the first anniversary of the brazen assault.
The court also declared 16 people, including Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist, as "proclaimed offenders". The crew members of the two boats that ferried the 10 attackers to Mumbai are among them, sources said.

Anti-terrorism court Judge Malik Muhammad Akram Awan, who is conducting the trial at Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi for security reasons, framed the chargesheet against Lakhvi, Zarar Shah, Abu al-Qama, Hamad Amin Sadiq, Shahid Jamil Riaz, Jamil Ahmed and Younas Anjum.

The court also rejected the bail pleas of some of the accused. The suspects protested as charges against them under the Anti-Terrorism Act and Pakistan Penal Code were read out, sources said. All seven pleaded not guilty, their lawyers said.

The chargesheets came after an agonising spell of delays with India accusing Pakistan of not being serious in bringing to book the perpetrators of the 26/11 attacks.

Shahbaz Rajput, one of the defence lawyers, said that the accused had pleaded not guilty as the charges against them were not backed up by evidence.

Lakhvi and the six other suspects were charged with providing accommodation and training facilities to the attackers as they prepared for the assault, the sources said.

Kasab and nine others reached Mumbai through sea route on November 26, 2008 and targeted several places, including Taj Mahal Hotel and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, killing 166 people, including foreigners.

The accused were also charged with arranging transportation, including boats, and communication equipment, including mobile phone sets and internet-based communication gear, for the terrorists, the sources said.

The court scheduled the next hearing of the case for December 5.

At the last hearing of the case on Monday, the defence lawyers had contended that Kasab should be brought to Pakistan to face trial with the other accused.

They had said that since Kasab is the lone surviving attacker and his confession to Indian authorities formed a crucial part of the case built by Pakistani authorities against their clients, he should be brought to Pakistan to face trial.

Reporters are barred from covering the in-camera proceedings of the anti-terror court and there was no official word on today's proceedings.

The indictment of the suspects had been expected for some time as the Federal Investigation Agency, which probed Pakistani links to the attacks, had drawn up its first chargesheet as far back as May. Since then, the judge has been changed twice.

The trial also became mired in confusion and controversy after the accused claimed the court had tried to indict them in the absence of their lawyers. They filed a petition in the Lahore High Court, which said the anti-terror court could proceed with the indictment only after addressing the grievances of the accused.

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Re: Pak anti-terror court declares Lakhvi as 26/11 mastermind

what about the Major Sahib who kasab was pointing to who played a bigger role in the attacks, and what about all the ex-isi and paki navy officials who trained the gand before sending them into INDIA??
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Uncle Zaki is indited ? I wonder on what grounds . Pakis were still asking for more proof ...
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house arrest for couple of months. New name fr terrorist organization....more change of dossiers....blah blah
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Re: Pak anti-terror court declares Lakhvi as 26/11 mastermind

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Pak anti-terror court declares Lakhvi as 26/11 mastermind. So what next?

Pakistan has indicted 7 terrorists as participants in the Mumbai attacks. Now Lakhvi is accused of being the mastermind. But so what? What next? Will they be hanged?

At the last hearing of the case on Monday, the defence lawyers had contended that Kasab should be brought to Pakistan to face trial with the other accused.
They had said that since Kasab is the lone surviving attacker and his confession to Indian authorities formed a crucial part of the case built by Pakistani authorities against their clients, he should be brought to Pakistan to face trial again ?
Here's the answer. Pakistan has admitted that Kasab is Pakistani. If India hangs him the Paki junta will revolt......simple plan.
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Here's the answer. Pakistan has admitted that Kasab is Pakistani. If India hangs him the Paki junta will revolt......simple plan.
noone gives a rats ass what paki mofos think...except the congress government at centre
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noone gives a rats ass what paki mofos think...except the congress government at centre
Ya but those mofos in center matter since they control the governing policies of India.
U may not give a rats ass but u cant do jack shit about the situation...
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