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Sajid giving orders to terrorists during Mumbai attack, India overheard conversation at UN



The United Nations. India has criticized China for obstructing a proposal presented to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to declare Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Sajid Meer a global terrorist. India has also released the audio of this wanted Lashkar terrorist, in which he can be heard giving instructions to Pakistani terrorists involved in the 26/11 attack in Mumbai.

In fact, the United States and India had proposed a proposal under the UNSC 1267 Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee to blacklist Mir as a global terrorist and freeze his assets, ban him from travel and its arms embargo, which China vetoed on Tuesday. In such a situation, Prakash Gupta, Joint Secretary of India’s External Affairs Ministry, on Wednesday narrated the audio of the Mir terrorist plot to the United Nations Assembly, keeping India’s side on this issue.

ordered the terrorists to shoot
In this audio clip, Lashkar terrorist Sajid Mir orders terrorists involved in the Mumbai attack to fire. In this he tells the terrorists that no foreigner should be able to escape alive, kill all foreigners. With that, the terrorist on the other side said – ‘Inshallah…’

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Meanwhile, Prakash Gupta said: “Sajid Mir, the mastermind of the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, has been listed as a prohibited terrorist under the national laws of India, the United States and many other countries. . But now the proposal to blacklist Sajid Mir has not been approved. With that, we have reasonable reason to believe that something is wrong with the global counterterrorism architecture.

Tags: 26/11 mumbai attack, China, Lashkar-e-Taiba