New Delhi: On Tuesday, comes one of the most revealing as deadly of confessions from Pakistan. Associated with the 26/11 attack, a former Pakistani investigating official has admitted that the carnage was planned and launched from Pakistan. The revelations made by former Director General of Pakistan's Federal Investigating Agency, Tariq Khosa claimed that 26/11 convict Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistan nation and Lashkar-e-Toiba trained all the 10 terrorists in camps in Thatta, Sindh.
Khosa went on to add that Pakistan must say the truth, admit the mistake and face the real incident.. According to the former officer casings of explosives were recovered recovered from a Lashkar training camp. The fishing trawler used by terrorists were brought back to harbour, concealed and the engine of the dinghy abandoned by the terrorists near Mumbai harbour contained a patent number through which the investigators traced its import from Japan to Lahore and then Karachi.
Khosa made it clear about the links between Pakistan and the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack in a Pakistani website Dawn where he wrote: "The following facts are pertinent. First, Ajmal Kasab was a Pakistani national, whose place of residence and initial schooling as well as his joining a banned militant organisation was established by the investigators. Second, the LeT terrorists were imparted training near Thatta, Sindh and launched by sea from there. The training camp was identified and secured by the investigators. The casings of the explosive devices used in Mumbai were recovered from this training camp and duly matched. Third, the fishing trawler used by the terrorists for hijacking an Indian trawler in which they sailed to Mumbai, was brought back to harbour, then painted and concealed. It was recovered by the investigators and connected to the accused. Fourth, the engine of the dinghy abandoned by the terrorists near Mumbai harbour contained a patent number through which the investigators traced its import from Japan to Lahore and then to a Karachi sports shop from where an LeT-linked militant purchased it along with the dinghy. The money trail was followed and linked to the accused who was arrested. Fifth, the ops room in Karachi, from where the operation was directed, was also identified and secured by the investigators. The communications through Voice over Internet Protocol were unearthed. Sixth, the alleged commander and his deputies were identified and arrested. Seventh, a couple of foreign-based financiers and facilitators were arrested and brought to face trial."