Modi Seeks Answers From UPA on 26/11 Revelations

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Modi Seeks Answers From UPA on 26/11 Revelations
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BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today sought answers from UPA citing an interview of former central Home Secretary Ram Pradhan which said he had told the then Home Minister about a local mole who allegedly helped carry out 26/11 attacks.

"Read former Union Home Secretary Ram Pradhanji's interview to Hindu. His revelations on 26/11 are shocking but not unexpected," Modi said in a series of tweets.

"'Told Home Minister (P Chidambaram) on local mole...Suggested matter be pursued...Don't know what happened to that'. Will UPA explain?" the Gujarat Chief Minister said in his tweet, seeking answers from the UPA government a day after the fifth anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on Mumbai, while quoting a sentence from the interview.

Pradhan, a former central Home Secretary, had led a two-member inquiry committee into the administration's response to 26/11 attacks.

Further quoting the interview, Modi tweeted, "...Central agencies did not cooperate for their own reasons...No input from Central agencies despite repeated requests-Ram Pradhan Ji."

"Maharashtra Home Minister said our report has been implemented fully. My comment would be that it's not a correct statement-Ram Pradhanji," Modi further said.

Ram Pradhan's revelations come after a book written by two British journalists had said that there was a Pakistani mole in India called honeybee, who had supplied crucial information to that country's secret service ISI.

On the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks yesterday, Modi had said, "Centre's failure to bring the real perpetrators of 26/11 to justice is disappointing. It is high time Centre acts decisively."

Five years ago, ten LeT terrorists launched coordinated attacks across the key locations in the country's financial capital killing 166 people, including policeman, NSG commandos and some foreigners.

Lone surviving Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Amir Kasab, who was nabbed after the carnage, was hanged in Pune's Yerawada Jail on November 21 last year. Nine terrorists were killed by the security forces in the operation against them.

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