US Envoy terms Lakhvi’s release a serious mistake
NEW DELHI, 10 MAY, (DNA) – US Ambassador to India Richard Verma has termed the release of alleged Mumbai attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi from Adiala jail a mistake by Pakistan.
“The release of Lakhvi is a mistake,” Verma said during an interview with a foreign TV Channel on Saturday.
“We have shared our concern about this issue. We have raised it with the Pakistani government and we have been very clear that the perpetrators of those in the attacks of Mumbai have to be brought to justice,” the US ambassador to India said.
Verma said the terrorism that Pakistan faces is a challenge to all of us and the aid that goes to Pakistan is to support democratic reforms and civic society in the country. DNA
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