India Says Pakistan Not Sincere In Bringing 26/11 Attackers To Justice

India Says Pakistan Not Sincere In Bringing 26/11 Attackers To Justice

India Says Pakistan Not Sincere In Bringing 26/11 Attackers To Justice

India welcomed the United States statement asking Pakistan to uphold its UN Security Council obligations to implement sanctions against terrorists responsible for the Mumbai attacks.

But US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said those who planned the attack had not been convicted.

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the 26/11 terrorist attack in Mumbai that killed over 166 people and injured many.

"We stand with the families and friends of the victims, whose loved ones were lost in this act of barbarism, including six American citizens", he added. This is the third such bounty offered by the U.S. after the state department announced rewards of $10 million for LeT (Lashkar-e-Taiba) founder Hafiz Saeed and $2 million for Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki, a senior leader of the terror group. The attack lasted three days before the terrorists were killed and the surviving terrorist Ajmal Kasab was taken into custody by the police. A statement from the program on Monday confirmed that the United States was "committed to working with our worldwide partners to identify and bring to justice those responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attack".

Addressing a public meeting in Rajasthan's Bhilwara, Mr Modi said, people of the country will never forget the 26/11 terror attacks and those responsible for it will definitely be punished.

Mumbai's police remembered more than a dozen officers killed in the operation against the militants while relatives of the victims laid wreaths at a police memorial honouring the dead.

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The co-ordinated attacks on the city of almost 20 million people hit luxury hotels, the main railway station, a restaurant popular with tourists and a Jewish centre.

In November 2012, India hanged the lone surviving gunman from the attacks.

Dramatic scenes of Indian commandos battling the heavily armed gunmen, and guests tried to escape from windows down bedsheet ropes were beamed around the world on live television. Among their targets was Nariman House - the Jewish community center operated by the Chabad movement in Mumbai.

This is the third RFJ bounty from the State Department on terrorists involved in the Mumbai attack carried out by the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) as it casts a wider net beyond its leaders.

Under global pressure, the Pakistani Punjab government put him under house arrest in January in 2017 but a review board headed by a Lahore High Court judge ordered his release in November that year.

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