26/11 Mumbai terror case: India asks Pak to expedite trial
Financial Express Mumbai|November 27, 2021
INDIA CANNOT FORGET the wounds of the Mumbai terror attacks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday on the 13th anniversary of the carnage even as a senior diplomat of the Pakistani High Commission was summoned and told that Islamabad must ensure expeditious trial in the case.

In a short video released by the ministry of external affairs (MEA) on the 26/11 attacks, Modi also said today's India is combating terrorism with a“new policy and new ways as he paid tributes to the victims of the strikes. The MEA said a note verbale was handed over to the Pakistani diplomat,reiterating New Delhi's demand for an expeditious trial in the Mumbai attacks case and asking that country to abide by its commitment to not allow territories under its control for terrorism against India.

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