Former NSA denies WikiLeaks cable on Headley's extradition

PUBLISHED ON: September 4, 2011 | Duration: 1 min, 26 sec

   
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Former National Security Advisor (NSA) M K Narayanan has said that India was "serious about David Coleman Headley's extradition" contrary to recent revelations by WikiLeaks that suggested that the government may have been merely posturing for public consumption on the issue. In a leaked cable released by the whistleblower website, Mr Narayanan, the then NSA, seemed to have suggested to the American Ambassador in December 2009 that the government was not keen on seeking the extradition of the 26/11 accused Headley but wanted to be seen doing so.
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