Mumbai: Non-bailable warrants were issued against two Pakistan Army officials by a court here in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case.
The Pakistani Army officials against whom the non-bailable warrants were issued are Major Abdul Rehman Pasha and Major Iqbal.
Major Pasha has retired, but the prosecution believes Major Iqbal is still serving as an ISI official in Pakistan.
This was disclosed by US born Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist David Coleman Headley, an approver in the case.
Both the Pak army officials are shown as wanted accused in the charge sheet filed by the crime branch wing of the city police.
The role of the two Pakistani Army officials was revealed further during the testimony of Headley on the conspiracy hatched in the case.
Reports said Headley, who is presently lodged in a US jail, has turned an approver in the case. He testified via video conference in 2016.
News agencies said David Headley’s testimony has vindicated India’s stand that the terror attacks of November 26, 2008 were not only sponsored by militant groups of Pakistan but the Pakistan Army officials have supported the attack actively.