Kasab revealed the plans of terrorists

Initially it was assumed that insurgents penetrate into the Indian financial center of the 27 September, further - carry out the seizure of hostages and demands put forward by the Indian authorities SMI.Iznachalno assumed that insurgents penetrate into the Indian financial center of the 27 September, further - carry out the seizure of hostages and make demandsIndian authorities through the media.

This was during a police interrogation told the 21-year-old Mohammad Ajmal Kasab.He - the only survivor of those who made a reign of terror in Mumbai.According to the militants, who is a citizen of Pakistan and was trained in the camps of the militant Islamic group "Lashkar-e-Taiba," it was supposed to bring the hostages to the roof of Chhatrapati Shivaji, in the attack on Kasab who was directly involved.

After that terrorists had to call one of the leaders of "Lashkar-e-Taiba", nicknamed Uncle - According to Indian investigators, is arrested in Pakistan, Zaki-ur-Rehman."He had to give us the rooms and contac

t journalists to make demands" - Kasab said.Plan fighters crashed on the ridiculous reason that they could not find a way out to go to the roof.After that Kasab along with his partner attempted to seize a nearby hospital, but the approaches to it one of the terrorists was captured by the police, and the other - shot.

Kasab claims that the attack was originally scheduled for September 26.Before sailing to India to each of the terrorists were given eight grenades, AK-47, 200 rounds of ammunition and a cell phone.

Now Kasab requests legal assistance from the Pakistani authorities.With the appropriate request to the terrorist approached the embassy of that country.Meanwhile, a mediator in talks between Islamabad and New Delhi can speak British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

According to him, Pakistan, the United Kingdom allocate about $ 9 million and will provide technological assistance to strengthen the fight against terrorism.This Brown said after a meeting in Islamabad with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari.

in organizing terrorist attacks in Mumbai, the British prime minister accused the group "Lashkar-e-Taiba.""Indian police is questioning We also know that the arrests made in Pakistan, We are also aware that the responsibility lies with the group.." Lashkar-e-Taiba, "and they (Pakistan) largely have something to respond," - Brown said.

In Islamabad he arrived straight from New Delhi, where he discussed with his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh security problems in the region.Recall: Delhi suspects Islamabad of involvement in the bloody attack, but Pakistani authorities categorically reject these accusations.