New Delhi: In the Mumbai terror attack on 26/11 in 2008, 166 people from 15 countries were killed. Terrorists targeted the famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Nariman House, Metro Cinema, and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus on this day. Despite the fact that it has been 13 years since the incident, many of the culprits are still free in Pakistan.
During the incident, security officers apprehended a single terrorist, Ajmal Kasab. During his interrogation, he admitted that it was organised by Lashkar and other Pakistan-based terrorist organisations. According to Kasab, all of the assailants arrived in India by boat from Pakistan. During the attack, they are being ordered from Pakistan. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif implied in surprising remarks ten years after the incident that Islamabad played a hand in the attacks. Evidence was also supplied by India, in addition to Pakistan's public approval. Even still, Pakistan has failed to demonstrate its commitment to giving justice to the victims' relatives.
This assault took place 13 years ago. On the 13th anniversary, India summoned a Pakistani official from the High Commission. On November 7, a Pakistani court released six terrorists accused of being part in the attack. This includes people who were involved in Hafiz Saeed's approach. Tell us about Hafiz Saeed, the head of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET) and its charitable branch, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD), which the United Nations has designated as a terrorist organisation (UN).