Tahawwur Hussain Rana was released from jail in the US two days ago but the Authority has arrested him again and India is also continuously seeking his extradition.
- US Authority arrested Tahawwur Hussain from Los Angeles
- Hussain was released from jail in America two days ago
Pakistani terrorist Tahawwur Hussain Rana has been arrested by the US Authority. Tahawwur Hussain is wanted in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. The US Authority has arrested Tahawwur Hussain from Los Angeles.
Hussain was released from jail in the US two days ago but the authority has arrested him again and India is also continuously seeking his extradition.
Tahawwur Hussain has been an associate of Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley and was instrumental in the plot of 26/11 terror attacks. India is constantly demanding extradition from America.
Tahawwur had filed a petition, in which he had said to be Corona positive. After this, he was released from jail. Now the US agency has arrested him on the charges leveled by India, but the Indian agencies had full attention on Hussain, keeping that in mind he was arrested once again.
Tahawwur Rana is the main accused in the Mumbai attack
Tahawwur Hussain Rana was convicted by the jury on 10 June 2011. He was convicted for conspiring to attack a Danish newspaper and helping Lashkar-e-Taiba. Rana has been in US jail for the last nearly 10 years. It is alleged that he helped terrorist groups.
More than 160 people were killed in the Mumbai terror attack. Many foreign nationals were also present in it. This terrorist attack was carried out by 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists.
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Security teams killed nine terrorists, while one terrorist Ajmal Kasab was caught alive. Kasab was hanged in Yerwada jail in Pune on 21 November 2012.
During the investigation, it was found that Rana stayed in the Taj Hotel after coming to Mumbai, and from here he also prepared the entire plan. After this, there were attacks in Mumbai in November 2008, and Taj Hotel was also one of the main targets of the terrorists.