Speaking to The Indian Express on the sidelines of an interaction with participants of South Asia Media Conference, Major Gen Ghafoor said that there were more than 200 political parties in Pak and about 160 of them hadn’t won a single seat in Parliament.
The Jeddah blast on July 4, 2016, which injured two security officers, was the first of three attacks to hit the kingdom that day. The other two were also in the form of blasts near a Shia mosque in Qatif and outside the Masjid-i-Nabvi in Medina.
Giving relief, the court observed that there have been more serious allegations against the other accused, who have been discharged or acquitted. These allegations included giving shelter and cash deposits in bank accounts to facilitate terrorist activities.
Mumbai, Feb 11 (ANI): After a day's break due to a technical snag in the video conferencing link, 26/11 terror attack convict David Coleman Headley's deposition continued on Thursday. Due to yesterday's break, extra time has been allocated for the hearing today. Headley is deposing before a Special Mumbai Court in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack case. During the last two days of deposition, Headley revealed several names in Pakistani Army and the ISI who are working closely with terror outfits Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Jamat-ul-Dawa (JuD) to carry out attacks in India.
Mumbai, Feb 09 (ANI): Devika Rotawan, who was hit by a bullet in the 26/11 attack, said the mastermind behind the attack should be nabbed and hanged to death. Rotawan, who also aspires to become an IPS officer, said considering Headley’s statements he should not be spared but rather hanged. Victim’s father also expressed similar sentiments, saying the government should take cognizance of the matter and give corporal punishment to the Lashkar-e-Toiba terror agent.