'Headley confirmed ISI's liaison in Mum attacks'

Mumbai 26/11 attacks
New Delhi, Oct 19: Though several sources repeatedly reported about ISI's involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, now Pakistani terrorist, David Headley confirmed the news.

Britain's Guardian newspaper reported that during interrogation, Headley informed that he regularly reported to the Pakistan's main spy agency, ISI about the progress of the Mumbai 2008 attack plannings.

"The ISI... had no ambiguity in understanding the necessity to strike India," Headley said to the Indian interrogators, reported the Gurdian.

Headley, who undertook surveillance of the targets in Mumbai for the operation, claims that at least two of his missions were partly paid for by the ISI and that he regularly reported to the spy agency.

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