David Headley confesses Pakistan’s ISI, Armys hand in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: report
Pakistani-American terror agent David Coleman Headley confessed to the National Investigation Agency that Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Service Intelligence and its Army is the mastermind behind the 26/11 terror attacks that killed at least 166 people.
Headley revealed that the entire terror operation was approved by Pak’s Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) and the attacks in Mumbai were carried out by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) on the approval of terrorist Hafiz Saeed and with the assitance of ISI, Headley said, according to NIA’s interrogation report.
Headley revealed that he was dealt with by Pakistan ISI’s Major Iqbal and Sameer Ali and that LeT’s Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s handler was ISI Brigadier Rivaz.
Headley told the NIA that ISI officials were their handlers. While ISI’ majors Iqbal and Sameer Ali were Headley’s handlers, ISI brigadier Rivaz was LeT chief Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s, according to the report.
Headley also reportedly said ISI Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha visited Lakhvi at Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi following his arrest in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.
Another disclosure made by Headley reportedly says that he had recced the Indian vice-president’s residence, India Gate and CBI workplace in New Delhi earlier than the 2008 terror attacks have been executed.
Exposing Pakistan’s involvement within the 26/11 assault, Headley additionally revealed that Mumbai terror attacks carried out in India in 2008, had the help of Pakistan authorities.