A Delhi court on Wednesday issued a warrant for 26/11 key suspect Abu Jundal to be brought before it on September 28.
The court issued the warrant after taking note of the charge sheet filed against Jundal by the Delhi Police crime branch before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidya Prakash Sep 20.
"Abu Jundal taught Hindi and local languages spoken in Mumbai to the 10 terrorists who perpetrated the 26/11 Mumbai attacks," said police in their charge sheet.
The police added that Jundal with Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and others was present in the "control room" in Pakistan for monitoring the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.
Jundal was arrested at Delhi International Airport upon arrival from Saudi Arabia in June. He is currently in the custody of the Mumbai anti-terrorism squad (ATS). He was remanded in police custody Sep 11, for his links with Sheikh Lalbaba Farid, alias Bilal, also an an alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba member.
On Sep 24, Jundal's police custody was extended by nine more days, till Oct 3 by Nashik's Chief Judicial Magistrate AD Sawant.