MIL­I­TANTS FROM PAK­ISTAN AT­TACKED MUM­BAI: SHARIF

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ISLAMABAD: Mil­i­tants from Pak­istan did sneak into In­dia to at­tack Mum­bai in 2008 and mas­sacre 166 In­di­ans and for­eign­ers, for­mer Prime Min­is­ter Nawaz Sharif said in re­marks pub­lished on Sat­ur­day. “Mil­i­tant or­gan­i­sa­tions are ac­tive (in Pak­istan),” Sharif told the Dawn news­pa­per in an in­ter­view. “Call them non­state ac­tors, should we al­low them to cross the bor­der and kill 150 peo­ple in Mum­bai? Ex­plain it to me,” he asked, in a clear ref­er­ence to the Mum­bai killings blamed on 10 Pak­istani ter­ror­ists. One of them was caught and hanged. “Why can’t we com­plete the trial?” Sharif asked.

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