Sajid Meer Arrest: The theft of Pakistan regarding terrorism has been caught once again. Actually, Pakistan has arrested 26/11 mastermind Sajid Mir recently, while a few days after the attack on Mumbai, Pakistan told India that he was dead.
Pakistan Government Expose: There has always been a difference between the words and deeds of Pakistan regarding terrorism. From time to time his face has been exposed in front of the world. Once again the difference between his words and actions regarding terrorism has come to the fore and this time Pakistan itself has brought it. In fact, Pakistan has arrested Sajid Mir, a senior operative of Lashkar-e-Taiba and the alleged mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, while the Pakistani government had declared him dead after the attack. According to sources, Delhi was informed about Mir’s arrest a few months back.
India is not commenting because of this
According to the report, of course India has received information in this regard, but due to lack of formal public announcement of arrest by Pakistan and details of his appearance in court, Indian authorities have not yet independently said anything on this arrest. .
Under this pressure, Pakistan did the arrest
Nikkei Asia reported on Friday that Pakistan had arrested Mir to get out of the “grey list” of the Financial Action Task Force, an international counter-terrorism finance watchdog. Indian agencies had termed Mir as more dangerous than Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed. The news report quoted an unnamed FBI official as saying that Mir was arrested and sentenced. However, it is not yet clear in which court he was tried. Because there is no public record of such prosecution. The report also cited former Pakistan Finance Minister Hammad Azhar, who was in charge of negotiations with the FATF. The minister had then pointed out that the steps Pakistan had taken against Mir and other terrorists were “satisfactory” to the international body.
Pakistan also admitted that Mir is alive
The report quoted an unnamed Pakistani official as saying that Pakistanis have acknowledged to both the US and India that Mir, who was earlier declared dead by Pakistani authorities, is alive. Let us tell you that this is one of India’s long-standing demands of Pakistan that it should trace Mir, accused of 26/11 attacks. Major Abdur Rahman alias Pasha, Brigadier Riyaz, Abu Kahfa, Abu Al Qama and Abu Hamza are also on the list of India’s most wanted, who are still on the run.
Reiki came from Bagha border
Let us tell you that according to Headley’s testimony, three years before the Mumbai attack, Mir once came to India with a crowd of Pakistani cricket fans to watch an India-Pakistan match via Wagah. Indian officials believe that this was also a reconnaissance trip. Indian intelligence agencies believe that Mir’s organizational capabilities make him Pakistan’s most dangerous terrorist. Some security experts believe that Mir is a common citizen of Pakistan who may have received military training from the Pakistani army. At the same time, some people believe that he was in the Pakistani army for a few years. Headley had said in his testimony that Mir’s father-in-law was a cleric in the Navy.