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2008 Mumbai terror attack case: 2 Pakistan bank executives record statement

Lahore/Islamabad: One of the alleged LeT trainers involved in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks used to frequently get money transfers into his account; two Pakistani bank executives told an anti-terrorism court today.  The two bankers
PTI January 08, 2014 19:41 IST
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Lahore/Islamabad: One of the alleged LeT trainers involved in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks used to frequently get money transfers into his account; two Pakistani bank executives told an anti-terrorism court today.  

The two bankers of the Muslim Commercial Bank in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir recorded their statements during the hearing of the Mumbai attacks case, court sources told PTI.  

The hearing in the case was adjourned till January 22.  The witnesses said the amount ranging between Rs 20,000 to Rs 2.5 lakh had been deposited in the name of accused Hammad Amin Saddiq on several occasions.  

The defence lawyers cross-examined the witnesses.

They asked how it could be established that “this small sum of money” was used for terror activities, the sources said.  Saddiq is accused of being one of the trainers and a key Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) member.