India names two Pakistani army officers in 26/11

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India names two Pakistani army officers in 26/11
New Delhi:  A second Pakistan Army Major has also been named by India in the new dossiers that were handed over to Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir during the talks on Thursday with his Indian counterpart Nirupama Rao.

Major Samir Ali is the second Army officer that India says was involved in 26/11, though it's still not clear whether he's a serving officer or retired.

The other officer named is Major Iqbal. He is the first serving Pakistani Major to be named by India.

India also wants Pakistan to hand over JuD chief Hafiz Saeed and access to Al-Qaida commander Ilyas Kashmiri, the man named by David Headley as his guru.

New Delhi has also asked for the five accused already in Pakistani custody to be handed over in the 26/11 case, along with three suspects, including Muzamil, Abu Hamza, Usman and Abu Kafa.

The dossiers say Pakistan has given sanctuary to 17 Indian Mujahideen and seven Khalistani militants.
 


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