"Elaborating the structure and functioning of the LeT in Pakistan, Jundal stated that, in 2006, he had met four Indian nationals who introduced themselves as Abu Sherjil and Abu Zarar from Beed district of Maharashtra, Abu Musad from Jammu and Abu Zaid, whose state Jundal does not know," said a Mumbai crime branch official.
However, he clarified that there were no clues to link them with the 26/11 terror attacks. Jundal also claimed that following the international pressure, a few weeks after 26/11 sleuths of Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had raided the control room and destroyed it, police said.
Months later, when FIA raided Baitul Mujahideen camp, it had arrested LeT 'commander' Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and subsequently some more LeT handlers, police said.
Jundal's revelation about the 'friendly' raids is vindication of the Indian security agencies stand in this regard. "LeT was informed in advance about the raids to be conducted by FIA and Pakistan Army. The action by FIA was a drama and just an eyewash. The arrested LeT men by the FIA were not kept in jail but in safe places," the police officer said quoting Jundal.
Pakistani army's had launched an operation against LeT and raided its camps after the 26/11. However, the army men had telephoned LeT bosses before the raids and told them to destroy the evidence, claimed Jundal, according to police. Jundal escaped to Pakistan via Bangladesh after the Maharashtra ATS had seized a huge arms haul in Aurangabad in 2006.