Pak Terrorists behind 26/11 attacks: Ex Pak PM Sharif

12 May, 2018, 21:10 | Author: Jason Torres
  • PML-N vows legal action against NAB chief if he doesn't apologize

Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday for the first time indicated that Pakistan establishment "allowed" terrorists to enter India as he sought a speedy trial in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

Speaking to Pakistan's Dawn, Nawaz Sharif who is now tangled in legal cases slammed the slow probe and qustioned the authorities who allowed the Mumbai attack to take place from Pak soil. "Explain it to me", he asked, in a clear reference to the Mumbai killings blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists. Mr. Sharif said, referring to the trial in Pakistan of those involved in the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Ajmal Kasab was captured alive, tried and sentenced to death. Nawaz Sharif said, 'We have separated ourselves from ourselves. Sharif admitted that Pakistan has "isolated" itself and the country's "narrative" is no longer accepted across the world.

The application states that the controversial press release was issued in a move to defame the former prime minister, adding that the State Bank of Pakistan had earlier refuted the allegations. Afghanistan's narrative is being accepted, but ours is not. The Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba was blamed for the Mumbai bloodbath.

US World News & Report recognizes several local high schools
One other Georgia school, Columbus High School in Columbus, placed just outside the top 100 at 105. The new rankings show some schools slipping within Utah, relative to the rest of the nation.

Sharif further said, "It's absolutely unacceptable (to allow non-state actors to cross the border and commit terrorism there). There can only be one government: the constitutional one". "We must look into it", Sharif told Dawn. "President (Vladimir) Putin has said it. President Xi (Jinping) has said it", he said.

Veteran politician Javed Hashmi has rejoined the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz ahead of the general elections scheduled for later this year.

Sharif, 68, was disqualified by the Supreme Court for not being "honest and righteous" as he failed to declare in 2013 a salary he got from the company of his son in the UAE.

Recommended:



Popular

Palestinians 'Great March of Return' in pictures
Israeli Defense Forces issued a statement, saying that almost 5,000 protesters were part of "riots" along the Gaza-Israel border. Some 15,000 Palestinian rioters in the Gaza Strip took part in protests along the security fence with Israel on Friday.

Neymar's chances of playing World Cup bright, not so for PSG
We started the season well, winning three trophies, two at start then Club World Cup. Asked whether there were negotiations with the Brazilian, Zidane gave nothing away.

Oil surges to fresh highs on growing supply worries
A number of French firms have have signed billion dollar agreements with Iran since the nuclear accord was signed in 2015. After Trump indicated that he would not renew the nuclear deal of 2015 with Iran, oil prices jumped three percent.

Four new suspected Ebola cases surface in Congo
Uganda and Nigeria has also put health workers at borders on high alert to monitor and screen all people coming from DRC . He added that there has been no link established between those deaths and the epidemic that's now plaguing the country.

TPC Sawgrass challenging for golf's best
The Players Championship has long been called golf's unofficial fifth major championship and always brings golf fans a great show.

Australian Royalty Miranda Kerr Has Reportedly Given Birth To A Snapchat Baby
Miranda Kerr and her Snapchat founder husband Evan Spiegel have welcomed their first child, a baby boy. Miranda and Evan first confirmed the news they were expecting a baby back in November.

Penn alum John Legend's voice is coming to Google Assistant
Described as a "visual-first" version of its Assistant, it's clear they want us to opt for this over the standard smart speaker. Tell your device "I'm Home" and it'll turn on the lights, set the temperature, turn on your TV, or even start a music playlist.

California Energy Commission approves requirement for solar panels on new homes
Solar systems need to be bigger - and more costly - in hotter parts of the state like the Inland Empire and the Central Valley. State officials and clean-energy advocates say the extra cost to home buyers will be more than made up in lower energy bills .

Arab League calls for 'revision' of Iran nuclear deal
Rajaratnam School of International Studies, said any economic showdown will force Gulf states to weigh their responses. Saudi Arabia applauded Trump's announcement, but said it would seek to develop its own nuclear weapons if Iran does.

Disney Might Not Buy Fox (And X-Men And Deadpool) After All
Comcast's decision to bid for some of Fox's assets with cash came several months after it had an all-stock offer rejected. Comcast shares were down 1.5 percent to $31.90, while Disney shares were down 0.5 percent to $102.00.