CONFESSIONS OF ABU JINDAL - PAKISTAN'S TRUE FACE REVEALED ONCE AGAIN
Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Hamza alias Abu Jundal, a much-wanted terrorist who was among six instructors or handlers of the men who attacked Mumbai on 26/11 has been arrested by the Delhi Police. 166 people died in that attack in 2008. Home Minister P Chidambaram has confirmed that Ansari is in Indian custody. "The person who goes by the pseudonym of Abu Jundal has been apprehended and remanded to the custody of our law enforcement agencies," he said. Police sources said Ansari has been arrested under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), the Explosives Act and the Passport Act. The arrest of Ansari, who has an Interpol red corner notice against him, is being looked at as a big breakthrough in the Mumbai 26/11 investigations. He is named in both the case chargesheet and the dossier that India has handed to Pakistan. This is the first time that investigating agencies have in their custody a man who was on the inside of the 26/11 plot. Mumbai police have reportedly asked a local court for a production warrant to seek his custody. During his interrogation, Jundal confessed his role in the country's worst terror attack and admitted that he was present in the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) control room in Karachi and was giving direction to the 10 terrorists who carried out the strike. Jundal took a particular name and his specific task in executing the 26/11 attack. The interrogators suspect that this person was an ISI officer who was closely involved in executing the <b>...</b>
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