The sources said that the terrorists, who attacked and took hostages at three places in Mumbai, included two British-born Pakistanis while one of them was a Yemeni national. They also added that the terrorists were heavily drugged and were using Blackberry to communicate. The information was gathered by the investigating agencies following the interrogation of 21-year-old terrorist Ajmal Amir Kamal, a resident of Faridkot, Multan in Pakistan.
Kamal who was captured on Wednesday revealed that the group numbering 12 travelled from Rawalpindi to Karachi and them from Karachi to Mumbai.
The port from which they had boarded is controlled by Dawood. Sources said that all the terrorists trained and brainwashed in Pakistan.
Kamal's blood and urine test showed that we was under the influence of drugs, which held the terrorists sustain the attacks by the security forces.