If the international community has to be convinced about the correctness of our allegations against Pakistan, it must develop confidence in the reliability of our documentation and in our due diligence process in preparing such dossiers.
Home ministry says the CBI was not informed. 'It is possible that the said failure was the result of a genuine oversight by the Mumbai police. At the same time, there was also a lapse on the part of IB...'
The home ministry today formally placed their dossier of information on accused, including Major Iqbal, a suspected ISI officer, named in Second Charge-Sheet Filed by US Government in 2008 Mumbai Blasts Case, in the public domain
They called him "one of the U.S. and Israel's most wanted men". He was "superseded on the most-wanted list by Osama bin Laden" after 9/11 and so ranked only second among "the most wanted militants in the world." Really?
Mumbai cops claim to have solved the 7/11 bomb blasts case: Attacks were planned by ISI in Pakistan and carried out by Pakistan-based militant group LeT with the help of banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).