Karkare, a 1982 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, along with senior police officials Ashok Kamte and Vijay Salaskar, were killed outside Cama Hospital in south Mumbai after Ajmal Kasab and his partner Abu Ismail opened fire at their police van on 26/11.
Headley has also said in his testimony about his visits to Mumbai, where he took photographs and videos of possible targets, and passed on the information to the two men and the financial assistance he received from them.
To mark 10 years since the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai, The Indian Express today hosted the third edition of 26/11 Stories of Strength, an initiative to honour survivors and their families and to recount their stories of resilience.
Monday’s event honoured the courage with which families coped with their loss and grief. In last three years, over 70 accounts have been narrated by The Indian Express of survivors and kin of deceased.
AMERICAN national and 26/11 scout David Coleman Headley, who deposed before an Indian court on Monday, said that the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26, 2008 had attempted to carry out the strike earlier on two occasions, but failed to execute it. He said the first attempt was made in September 2008 but […]