US announces reward for information on 26/11 terrorists


26 Nov 2018

#26/11Attacks: US says guilty haven't been convicted, announces $5-million reward

On the tenth anniversary of the barbaric Mumbai attacks, the United States of America has said those who plotted the attack have still not been convicted and announced a reward of $5 million for information on preparators.

In a statement, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was an affront to victims' families that those who planned the attack haven't been convicted.

The statement

Pompeo asks Pakistan to take action against LeT and affiliates

Pompeo asks Pakistan to take action against LeT and affiliates

"We call upon all countries, particularly Pakistan, to uphold their UN Security Council obligations to implement sanctions against the terrorists responsible for this atrocity, including Lashkar-e-Taiba and its affiliates," the statement read.

Expressing solidarity towards the deceased, Pompeo said the States stood by those who lost their friends and family members.

Notably, six American citizens were also killed in the attack.

The statement

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The rewards for justice program was started in 1984

Administered by the US Department of State's Diplomatic Security Service, the rewards for Justice program started in 1984. Since its inception, it has given nearly $150 million to more than 100 people who gave information about terrorists or prevented untoward attacks.


Earlier, bounties were announced for Hafiz Saeed, Rahman Makki

The States' statement comes less than a fortnight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US Vice President Mike Pence.

It is believed Pence himself said it has been 10 years and yet the preparators haven't been brought to justice.

Earlier, the State Department announced bounties of $10 million and $2 million for Hafiz Saeed and LeT senior Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki respectively.

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