PM Says Headley Has Not Said Anything NewOn Board PM's Special Aircraft, May 28: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said Mumbai attack co-accused David Headley has not 'revealed' anything that India did not know in a US court where he testified about
On Board PM's Special Aircraft, May 28: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said Mumbai attack co-accused David Headley has not 'revealed' anything that India did not know in a US court where he testified about role of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI and terror outfit LeT in the carnage.
"Well, the trial of David Headley has not brought out anything new that we did not know," Singh said in reply to a question about Headley's remarks during his testimony in the trial of another 26/11 co-accused Tahawwur Rana in a Chicago court.
The prime minister was asked how he looked at the comments of Headley and whether it will have any impact on India's engagements with Pakistan and whether it can still trust that country.
Rana, a Pakistani of American origin, has not pleaded guilty and is facing the trial after he was slapped with 12 charges by the prosecution in connection with the Mumbai attack that has killed 166 persons. Headley, a Pakistani-American has pleaded guilty.
"The trial(in Chicago) is still on, we will study it when the trial is completed. But as I said it has not revealed anything which we do not know," he said. PTI
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