Jundal’s desire to confess role in 26/11 attacks
One of the top most terrorist as well as well experienced 26/11 Mumbai attacks planner, Abu Jundal has shocked everyone in the metropolitan court with his plea to make a voluntary confession once about his complex role in attacks.
He told all this just after confronted with co-accused Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving gunman in this case at high security Arthur Road jail. According to reports, while magistrate told Jundal the procedure of recording the confession that could be used against him, he said that he would be given time to think whether he really wanted to give confession.
Now, 30 years old Jundal will present before court after two days for recording statement that deliver for the confession.
Yesterday, Jundal and Kasab both were sit together for interrogation for one-and-a-half hours, facing each other inside the bomb-proof cell monitored by the CCTVs. This was the four years long interaction of Kasab with Jundal after the 26/11 attacks.
“How a student reacts seeing his teacher after a long time? Kasab was not shocked. Or rather we could say he was surprised to see Jundal…,” a crime branch official said, as per media report.
“We got what we wanted and that includes Kasab identifying Jundal. Kasab also stated Jundal taught him Hindi during the terror training in Pakistan, looking straight into his teacher’s eyes,” he further added.
The Police had arrested Jundal in the 26/11 case, who admitted that he had set up the entire Mumbai attacks target and during attacks he sat in the control room of Karachi, interpreting each and every action of terrorists. After arresting of Jundal, many secrets of Pakistan police, spy agency has raised to have part in attacks.
Jundal also admitted during interrogating that he had taught Hindi to the 10 Pakistani attackers and also met LeT operative David Headley, a co-accused in the 26/11 case.