Friday, November 28, 2008 11:26 PM (Mumbai)
An arrested terrorist has revealed that the Mumbai terror attack operation was planned about six months ago.
Investigators are examining satellite phone and GPS found on trawler seized in Arabian Sea.
Sources have told NDTV that data from GPS revealed terrorists sailed from Karachi harbour on November 12 or 13. Their phone was used to call Lashkar commander Yusuf Muzamil in Muzaffarabad.
The group of terrorists stayed in Karachi for about four days. The mobile phone found on a dead terrorist was used to make calls to Pakistan.
On November 18, Coast Guard had warned of possibility of infiltration by sea route.