Pakistan to indict seven for 2008 Mumbai attacks Amelia Mathias at 3:28 PM ET
[JURIST] Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik announced Saturday that his government would indict seven suspects in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks [JURIST news archive]. He also requested further evidence [AP report] from India that the head of the erstwhile-Islamic charity and fundamentalist terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba [CFR backgrounder], Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, was involved in planning the attacks. Recent reports on Saeed's involvement filed by Pakistan have been met with skepticism [Pakistan Daily Times report] by India National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan.
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