CTD Punjab Claims to Have Arrested Lashkar-e-Taiba Chief

2nd January 2020: In a startling development, the counter terror department (CTD) of Punjab has claimed arresting Zaki Rahman Lakhvi, chief of banned LeT.

A spokesperson for the CTD Punjab said Zaki Rahman Lakhvi was arrested on charges of extending financial help to terrorists. He has been accused of running a dispensary to generate funds for the purpose of diverting the same to terrorists.

Lakhvi, it may be mentioned here, is the top leader of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and is believed to have led operations in Indian Occupied Kashmir. He is also on the India’s most wanted list.

India on Dec 3, 2008 officially named Zaki Rahman Lakhvi fore his alleged involvement in Nov 2008 Mumbai attacks. Lakhvi was accused of paying hundreds of thousands of rupees to the family of Ajmal Kasab, in return for his participation in Mumbai attacks.

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