New Delhi, Nov 26: Earlier this year, a non-bailable warrant was issued against two Pakistan officials, Major Pasha and Major Iqbal in connection with the 26/11 attacks.
Today marks the 12th year since 10 Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorists attacked Mumbai in which 170 lives were lost. The warrant issued appears to be a mere formality, since Pakistan for long has denied the existence of these two persons.
The Indian prosecution says Major Pasha has retired, but Major Iqbal continues to work in the ISI. It was Iqbal who in fact was the handler for David Coleman Headley and with his expertise in the Pakistan spy agency, he managed to help survey the targets that were hit on that fateful night.