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Pakistan Says 'No Evidence Against 26/11 Accused', Drops Charges
Pakistan Says ‘No Evidence Against 26/11 Accused’, Drops Charges

Pakistan again seems to have back stabbed India, despite conclusive evidences being already handed over to it in 26/11 attack, it has dropped charges against an accused citing lack of evidence.

According to TOI, the Pakistan’s FIA submitted a chargesheet before an anti-terrorism court (ATC) in which it placed the suspect, Sufiyan Zafar, in the second column which means that no evidence was found against him.

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However, the prosecution told the court that Zafar, a suspected financier of the Mumbai attack, is still being investigated and ordered FIA to submit a separate challan to the court on September 22.

Zafar, a member of Lashkar-e-Taiba is reported to have provide financial aid to other suspects involved in the attack, he was arrested in August.

A chargesheet filed against him mentions that he had transferred Rs 14,800 into a suspect’s account.