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US: 26/11 Mumbai attack: US announces reward of 35 crores for informing conspirators

In 2008, 10 terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba had entered Mumbai and planned the attack in a planned manner. The deadly attack killed 166 people. 6 U.S. citizens were also included in the dead. The US has announced a reward of $ 5 million for the informer of the Mumbai attacks.
The US has announced a reward of $ 5 million (more than Rs 35 crores) for the plotting of the assault on the Mumbai attack in 2008, and the information of the facilitator.
The terrorists also targeted Mumbai's famous Taj Hotel.


The US has announced a reward of $ 5 million (more than Rs 35 crores) for the plotting of the assault on the Mumbai attack in 2008, and the information of the facilitator. On the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai attacks, the reward of this amount of money has been announced by the Trump Administration. Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists who came to Mumbai on November 26, 2008, carried out the attack.


166 people were killed in the attack on the country's financial capital. 6 U.S. citizens were also included in the dead. This important announcement has already been made before a fortnight passed with the meeting of US Vice President Mike Pence with PM Narendra Modi in Singapore. It is believed that during this meeting, Pence picked up the matter himself

The US Rewards For Justice Department (RFJ) announced on Monday the reward that information related to the Mumbai attack, the identity of the conspiracy associated with it, arrest or punishment will be given to the recipient who will be given a reward of up to five million dollars. . It was said in the announcement that between 26 and 29 November, 10 LeT militants planned and organized in many places in Mumbai.

On behalf of the Department it was said that the US has identified the culprits with their international partners and is working to get them punished. RFJ has announced the reward for the third time. Earlier, in 2012, Lashkar founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, along with Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki, was announced to reward the people of the Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders and others.

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