Headley trial resumes

HeadleyThe trial of David Coleman Headley, the Pakistan-American terrorist and double- agent who recced and planned Mumbai blasts has begun today with the defence lawyer questioned him on his links with Tahawwur Rana, his close associate who operated immigration business. “Rana and I were friends for several years and he used to arrange passports for me. He knew that I was an operative of Lashkar-e-Taiba” he said when asked by Abdul Wahab Khan, the lawyer of Abu Jundal, an alleged key plotter. Headley even disclosed that the plan to attack was known to Rana. Elaborating further, the approver said- “Rana objected to my association with LeT. He did not want me to continue using his office in Mumbai. I conceded his objection and started taking steps to close down the office. This was in July 2008,” he said.Headley answered queries from an undisclosed location in US via video link.
Headley refused to answer questions about his wife Shazia. “Shazia is still my legally wedded wife. I do not want to disclose Shazia’s location at present. I told her about my activities and link with LeT but I don’t want to discuss her reaction to it. It is purely personal” he said, according to a report by PTI. He has also informed that

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