Pak Terrorists behind 26/11 attacks: Ex Pak PM Sharif

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Explain it to me.

Although ex-PM's daughter Maryam Nawaz did not say anything about the statement herself, she retweeted a 2016 story titled "Ex-ISI chief admitted Mumbai attack planners were "our people", claims Husain Haqqani".

On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistani terrorists came to Mumbai via the sea route and unleashed havoc on hapless victims, majority Indians, while some were Americans and Israelis, at different places - CST railway station, Taj Hotel, Trident Hotel, Leopold Cafe and Chabad House.

In comments published today by the Pakistani daily Dawn, the ousted leader asked, "Militant organisations are active". Headlines like "Nawaz Sharif questions Pakistan's policy to allow "non-state actors" to cross border and kill people" that referred to 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks were shared on the Indian media. Now, it is his this interaction, which is aimed at sending a positive message to the worldwide community that Pakistan is a peaceful and secure nation, and how the PML-N government in the last five years have outstandingly worked to transform the dream of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) into a reality.

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In an interview to "The Dawn" before the rally in Multan on Friday, Nawaz said, 'You cannot run a country when two or three parallel ongoing governments. "Why can't we complete the trial?". Despite making sacrifices, our narrative is not being accepted.

Pakistan's economy could have been grown at 7% annually, but it was struggling to get there, Sharif said. The story of Afghanistan was accepted, but not ours.

"We always maintained that Pakistan is behind terror attacks here (in Mumbai)". It must stop. There can be only one government, which has been elected through the constitutional process. The trial appeared to reach a dead end in Pakistan previous year after its court said that no progress can be made until the 24 Indian witnesses named in evidence dossier are examined by Pakistani authorities.

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