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60 fugitives list to Pakistan at NSA-level talks


  • India will hand over to Pakistan, on August 23 at NSA-level talks,a list of 60 fugitives who have taken shelter in Pakistan and involved in Samjhauta Express blast and Mumbai terror attack.
  • India is ready to show evidence that the three terrorists who are involved in attacks at Gurdaspur and one among the two terrorists at Udhampur who was caught alive, entered in from across the border for the attacks.
  • This list includes Dawood, Tiger Memon along with other fugitives, who are prime accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, and several terrorists of Indian Mujahideen, will be given to Pakistan to hand over them to India to face the law for the crimes .
  • Key issues that will be raised by National Security Adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval with his counterpart Sartaj Aziz during the talks are the exile of Dawood Ibrahim and speedy trial in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, expecting Pakistan to raise the issue of Samjhauta Express blasts.
  • National Security Adviser is ready to counter Samjhauta Express blasts issue as suspects in the Samjhauta case, including Swami Assemananda, are in jail and the trial is on progress whereas the trial in 26/11 case is going nowhere as all prime accused, including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, are roaming freely.
  • Islamabad did not took any action on the Letters Rogatory (a formal request from a court to a foreign court for for judicial assistance) sent in connection with the Mumbai terror attack case.
  • India will handover Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Naved who was arrested in Udhampur, statement along with his address and details of the camps where he was trained of.
    In his statement he described how he was trained and how he entered into india.

Sources :ET

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