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LeT camps reopened in Pak: Jailed militant

Exactly two years after the 26/11 attack in Mumbai, a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant arrested by the Jammu and Kashmir police revealed on Friday that the organisation's training camps that were forced to close down after the attacks have reopened. Ashiq Hussain reports.

india Updated: Nov 27, 2010 01:37 IST
Ashiq Hussain

Exactly two years after the 26/11 attack in Mumbai, a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant arrested by the Jammu and Kashmir police revealed on Friday that the organisation's training camps that were forced to close down after the attacks have reopened.

Paraded before the media by Kashmir inspector general of police SM Sahai, Mohammad Salim Rehmani (24) admitted as much.

“We’ve arrested a Pakistani terrorist who has revealed that Pakistan’s government and army are still supporting terrorism,” said Sahai.

Allowed to speak to the media but under Sahai's watchful eye, Rehmani revealed that he was a resident of Nawab Shah, in Sindh district. He joined the LeT and was taken to Majid Ismail Khalil Rehmani mosque.

“It is from here that the LeT operates,” said Sahai.