Islamabad: Pakistan has finally admitted that its land was used in the Mumbai terror attack and that the terrorists who had come from there had carried out the attack. A list has been released from Pakistan, which names more than a dozen terrorists who were directly linked to the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.
Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency has released the country's most wanted terrorists, with about 19 names linked to the Mumbai terror attack. Several Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists have been named in the fest, including Iftikar Ali, Mohammad Amjad Khan, Mohammad Usman, Abdul Rahman and other terrorists. Pakistan has admitted that the planning and funding of the Mumbai terror attack was from Pakistan itself.
The list released by Pakistan also names those who arranged for terrorists, including motorboats, life jackets and made arrangements for them to come from Karachi to Mumbai. On November 26, 2008, some sea-route terrorists attacked Mumbai, where terrorists attacked some other places, including the railway station, Taj Hotel, killing more than 160 people.