Pakistan's open poll, 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Sajid Mir alive, ISI told most wanted terrorist dead

Pakistan's open poll, 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Sajid Mir alive, ISI told most wanted terrorist dead

Pakistan gives shelter to terrorists, for this India has exposed Pakistan many times. At the same time, once again Pakistan has exposed itself. Pakistan has arrested 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Sajid Mir. According to media reports, an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment. At the same time, earlier Pakistan had denied the presence of Sajid Mir on its head. ISI had told the most wanted terrorist Sajid Mir dead, but now Pakistan can answer how the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attack Sajid Mir is alive.


Let us tell you that the FBI of America has declared a reward of 5 million dollars on Sajid Mir, declaring him a terrorist. India and America have been searching for terrorist Sajid Mir for almost a decade.

Pakistan planning to exit from FATF gray list
Pakistan is trying to show the whole world that it is against terror by arresting terrorist Sajid Mir and giving him 15 years imprisonment. He is taking action against terrorists. In fact, Pakistan has been on the gray list of FATF since June 2018. In the meeting held this time in Germany, the FATF had said that Pakistan would be taken out of the gray list after conducting ground tests. That is why Pakistan is showing itself by taking action against terrorists.

Sajid Mir is the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attack
The FBI had claimed that Sajid Mir is the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks in India. He was also charged with terrorism in 2011 by a Chicago court. At the same time, the US State Department has described the project manager of the Mumbai attack in 2021.

not officially confirmed
There has been no official confirmation from Pakistan about the arrest and punishment of terrorist Sajid Mir. When Pakistan's Deputy Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar was asked about this, she said that she would not comment on the matter.

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