By Rishika Singh | November 26 | 12.30 a.m.
New Delhi: European Union’s MPs ring-fence the Pakistani prime minister on the 26/11 attacks mounting global pressure on Imran Khan’s administration. November 26 marks the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
(Source: The Quint)
EU MPs are seeking a report on the 26/11 attacks from Imran Government TV news channels have reported on the morning of the 12th anniversary. In their letter to the Pakistani premier, EU MPs asked,
“What action have you taken against Lashkar-e-Taiba?”
Lashkar-e-Taiba is a terrorist organization based in Pakistan. It is known to have carried out the 26/11 attacks on India as it claimed responsibility for the attack.
(Source: New Delhi Times)
The orchestrators of the attacks are still at large after twelve years of the 26/11 attacks. No convictions have been made until now even though a trial has been ongoing in the Pakistani courts’.
The US has also come out in support of India, saying it stands with India and remains resolute in the global fight against terrorism. On Wednesday, US State Department Deputy Spokesman Cale Brown said,
“Through the Rewards for Justice programme, we seek to ensure that all those responsible for this heinous attack face justice.”
In the recent Nagrota incident, the suspected terrorists who were killed in an encounter in Nagrota, Jammu and Kashmir, on November 19 belonged to the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad. India maintains that this incident is evidence of Pakistan continuing to harbor terrorists on its soil to attack India and endanger its citizens.