India has passed on the initial findings of NIA in the David Coleman Headley and Tahawwur Rana case to the FBI, so that the two Lashkar operatives can be interrogated on their activities in India.
A FBI team will be coming to India next week with answers to questions on the duo’s extensive travel within India, put to them at New Delhi’s request.
“There was no use interrogating them earlier as we did not have any independent information. Now that we have mapped their activities, it makes sense to ask the two exactly what and why they were meeting the people they did,” a senior government official said.
“We have passed on the information. So that the FBI can ask the questions on our behalf,” he said.