This man was Kasab’s Hindi tutor

abu_jundalLashkar-e-Tayiba operative Abu Jundal, also known as Zabiuddin Ansari was charged by the National Investigation Agency on Friday for his role in the Mumbai 26/11 attack.

Investigators have said after his deportation from Saudi Arabia in 2012 that he was the man who had given Hindi tuitions to the 10 terrorists who carried out the attack.

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NIA chargesheets 26/11 accused Jundal, accuses him of promoting enmity

abu jundal1New Delhi, Jan 13: The National Investigation Agency on Friday charge-sheeted the Hindi tutor of the Mumbai 26/11 attackers, Abu Jundal.

The NIA, in its chargesheet, states that Jundal originally known as Zabiuddin Ansari along with operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba had hatched a conspiracy in Pakistan to recruit persons from India for terror-related activities.

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Aurangabad arms haul: Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Abu Jundal gets life term

abujundal_newNew Delhi, Aug 2: The special MCOCA court on Tuesday sentenced Abu Jundal, the Lashkar-e-Taiba operative to life imprisonment in the Aurangabad arms haul case. Six others too were handed out life imprisonments by the court.
Two convicts were awarded a 14-year sentence while, 3 will have to do 8 years in jail. The counsel for the accused will prefer an appeal in the High Court against the verdict. In this case 8 people had been acquitted while one is absconding.

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Aurangabad arms haul: Vedict on quantum of sentence deferred to Aug 2

abu jundal1New Delhi, July 30: The special MCOCA court will pronounce its verdict on the quantum of sentence in the Aurangabad arms haul case on August 2. The court which was originally to deliver the verdict on Saturday postponed the same for August 2.
During the arguments on the quantum of sentence, the defence pleaded for a lenient punishment against the 12 convicts. The prosecution however, sought a stringent punishment while asking the court to take into account the gravity of the crime.

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I did a course on human rights: terrorist tells court

Delhi, July 29: “I have a certificate in Human Rights.” This was the last defence taken by Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal, the Lashkar-e-Taiba operative who was on Thursday convicted in the Aurangabad arms hauls case.Jundal was called by the judge to give out his defence before the sentence could be handed over to him.

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Aurangabad arms case: Weapons to eliminate Modi came from Pakistan

New Delhi, July 29: The arms and ammunition seized during the 2006 Aurangabad case were sourced from Pakistan, a Special MCOCA court delivering its verdict had said on Thursday. The court which was hearing the Aurangabad arms haul case held 12 persons including Abu Jundal, the Lashkar-e-Taiba operative guilty. While the court had on Thursday held that the entire conspiracy was hatched to eliminate Narendra Modi, who was then the Chief Minister of Gujarat, the judge also accepted the prosecution’s view that the weapons were procured from Pakistan.
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Aurangabad arms case: MCOCA court says there was plan to eliminate Modi

abujundal_newNew Delhi, July 28: Stating that there was a conspiracy to eliminate Narendra Modi, the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, a special MCOCA court on Thursday held Abu Jundal and others guilty in the Aurangabad arms haul case.
Abu Jundal who was deported to India from Saudi Arabia on the charge that he had given Hindi tuitions to the terrorists who attacked Mumbai on 26/11 was also charged in the Aurangabad arms haul case.

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Lashkar-e-Tayiba appointing Hindi tutors at Rs 30,000 a month

ter4When Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal was deported from Saudi Arabia to India, investigations showed that this Indian operative had done the job of a Hindi tutor to the ten terrorists who carried out the 26/11 attack at Mumbai.
Learning the dialect is an important training exercise for terrorists who slip into India for a long haul.

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26/11 attack: India does not have any more proof to give

2611When Pakistan says that it needs more proof in connection with the 26/11 attack from India it is clearly not music to the ears.

It has become an oft repeated statement which only shows the lack of intent in conducting a free and fair trial in connection with the 26/11 terror attack.

No amount of talks is going to get Pakistan accepting its role in the attack leave alone a fair trial in Pakistan.

While that being the case, it is interesting to note that for the first month after the attack, Pakistan was very keen on investigating the matter.

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What the refusal of Lakhvi’s voice samples mean to NIA

wpid-18-1418911836-zaki-ur-rehman-lakhvi.jpgPakistan’s decision not to give voice samples of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is on expected lines.

The voice samples of Lakhvi are extremely for the National Investigating Agency which is trying him in connection with the 26/11 attack.

Lakhvi along with Abu Jundal and David Headley are accused in the case which was probed by the NIA. The trial in connection with this case is on at a Delhi court.

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