Pak wants India, US to share details of Headley's interrogation
Islamband, Jun 12: To bust the 'myth' of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, Pakistan has called on India and the United States to share the details of the interrogation of the Pakistani-American jehadi David Coleman Headley.
“Although India and the US are not bound to share findings of investigation, however, they need to share them with Pakistan in order to unearth the myth of Mumbai attack,” a top Pakistani official told The Nation on conditions of anonymity.
This is the only statement from Pakistan on the questioning of the 26/11 terrorist, held in Chicago. No official statement has come from the country.
India's National Investigative Agency (NIA) team was given access to Headley so that they could unearth the conspiracy that went into the Nov 2008 attacks on India's financial capital, in which over 200 lives were lost.
In a statement issued by the US Justice Department stating that Headley has answered all the questions put forth to him by the four member investigative team, it was made clear that both New Delhi and Washington have agreed not to disclose any detail of Headley’s interrogation in order to protect the secrecy of the probe.