Washington, Nov 16: Ajmal Kasab, accused in the Mumbai terror attacks, has said that he was sold to Lashkar-e-Toiba by his father.
'Terror in Mumbai', a documentary on 26/11 terror attacks, which will be aired in HBO on Thursday, Nov 19 carries phone conversation between Kasab and his controller in Pakistan including a tape in which Kasab explains his involvement with LeT.
The tapes will carry Kasab's detailed revelation of his training, his father's role in getting him involved in the group and conversations between terrorist Fahadullah with another Pakistani terrorist as they were being overpowered by the police in Trident Oberoi hotel.
"These people make loads of money and so will you. We'll have money, we won't be poor any more. Your brothers and sisters can get married. Look at these guys living the good life. You can be like them," Kasab quoted his father telling him before he was sold off to the group.
A preview of the documentary was aired on Sunday, Nov 15 by narrator Fareed Zakaria in his programme on CNN with video footage of Kasab and the police.
The tapes are believed to carry some exclusive information on 26/11 terror attacks.