Washington, Nov 10: A team of Indian intelligence officials failed to question American national David Coleman Headley, arrested by the FBI on charges of plotting a major terror attack in India.
Sources familiar with the visit of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) officials termed 'bureaucratic' and 'procedural' hurdles as the main reason for them not being successful in interrogation of Headley.
The Indian team arrived in Washington on Nov 1 and was scheduled to grill Headley the next day. The names of the members have not been revealed to the media so far.
The FBI chargesheet said, Headley was being used by the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) to target the National Defence College in New Delhi, the Doon school in Dehradun and Woodstock school in Mussoorie.