Photos of Lashkar camps, motorboats given to court
- Elections 2014 LIVE: Narendra Modi slams Jayanti Natarajan; polling underway in 12 states
- Admiral Dhowan appointed as new Navy chief
- âWonât be vindictive... will ask Supreme Court to clear MP, MLA cases in a yearâ
- Alagiri backs âgreat manâ Modi as PM
- Elections 2014 Phase 5: The five big battles
Photographs of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) training camps in Sindh and motorboats used by the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai are among evidence presented to an anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of seven Pakistanis charged with involvement in the 2008 strikes.
Officials of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) presented the evidence to anti-terrorism court Judge Chaudhry Habib-ur-Rehman during a hearing conducted behind closed doors in Adiala Jail in Rawalpindi on Saturday.
The FIA officials presented photographs of the LeT training camps and motorboats to the judge.
The motorboats and other items, currently in the custody of the FIA custody, were recovered in January 2009, media reports said on Sunday.
The articles presented by the FIA officials were made part of the judicial record after an initial examination by the judge. The FIA officials told the court that the terrorists involved in the attacks trained in the Arabian Sea on boats named Al-Hussaini, Al-Atta and Al-Fouz.
They also trained in LeT camps in Mirpur Sakro area of Thatta district in Sindh and Yousaf Goth and Landhi areas of Karachi, the officials said.
These training camps covered an area ranging between 25 acres and 48 acres, the officials said.
One of the seven suspects currently on trial, Hammad Amin Sadiq, had confessed that the 10 attackers had been kept in the training camps before being sent to Mumbai, the officials said. Sadiq acted as a facilitator for the attackers while they were in Sindh, the officials said.
Among the seven Pakistani suspects is also Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the LeT's operations commander.
Special Prosecutor Chaudhry Zulifqar Ali had told PTI on Saturday that the FIA officials recorded their statements and provided details of 350 articles found in the LeT training camps, including life jackets and a "pink foam" or pink coloured packaging material.
- Activist, her aide booked for cheating in attempt to frame acquitted murder accused
- Extended Monorail running hours fails to pull crowd
- HC orders action against Essel World for causing harm to mangroves
- Cops crack bar girl’s murder case after waiter’s tip-off
- Railway to provide plastic pouches for commuter IDs
- Last safety check for Metro to begin April 18