Nawaz Sharif makes explosive revelations on Pakistan's role in Mumbai terror attacks

PML-N vows legal action against NAB chief if he doesn't apologize

PML-N vows legal action against NAB chief if he doesn't apologize

Pakistan, your cover has been blown. Nawaz has admitted Pakistan's involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack in an interview that terror organization in his country is active.

Deposed premier Mian Nawaz Sharif's "Mumbai attacks" comments during an interview to a local newspaper have triggered a flood of criticism from analysts, politicians and general public in Pakistan, ARY News reported on Saturday. "Why would we allow them to cross the border and kill 150 men in Mumbai, explain it to me?" spoke Nawaz Shariff.

He said, the USA has accused Pakistan of giving nothing except lies and deceits and providing safe heaven to terrorists.




On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists had sailed into Mumbai from Karachi and carried out coordinated attacks in different parts of the city, killing about 166 people and injuring over 600 others. The 20 year old terrorist was decided by the court to be hanged to death. He used tact, and didn't mention any names that have been related to the attacks, Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar, he still has released a deeply troubling statement that could strain the relationship between the two countries even more. "Please ensure that Pakistan is declared a terrorist state by the entire global community and sanctions imposed upon it for aiding and abetting terrorism from its soil". But now Nawaz Sharif himself has opened the reality of Pakistan by speaking in this matter. Official sources cautioned against reading too much into Sharif's words or linking them with his familiarity/friendship with PM Narendra Modi. "These media reports are incorrect", the World Bank said in a statement.

Highlighting the foreign policy vision, the CM said, "Pakistan believes in a policy of peace within and overseas and has always join hands with the world community in peace efforts in the region and across the world".

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