Mumbai, August 10th
Ajmal Kasab, the lone Pakistani terrorist caught alive after the Mumbai attacks, was brought head to head with Abu Jundal, the alleged 26/11 handler, for the second time in less than 24 hours at Mumbai's Arthur Road jail. According to sources, in a similar questioning yesterday Kasab had identified Jundal as one of the handlers who instructed the team of 10 terrorists that struck Mumbai on November 26, 2008.
Jundal also sent an application to a court today to get his confession recorded.
After the Maharashtra state government permitted the Mumbai police on Thursday to question Kasab, the two men were brought together at the Arthur Road jail, where Kasab is lodged in a bulletproof cell. The police interrogated the duo for one-and-a-half hours yesterday on the Mumbai attacks, say sources.