"I think this is a wise and tactful decision to allow Headley to be an approver. The lone captured terrorist Ajmal Kasab is no more and nine others were eliminated. Hence in this case, Headley's confession would unfold all the sequence of the terrorist attack, and by corroborating it with available evidence, police would ultimately expose Pakistan and ISI's role," Singh told reporters.
"In such big cases, approver makes the task easier to prove someone guilty in the court of law. Information revealed by Kasab during interrogation would be corroborated with Headley's confession and it would be further corroborated by the calls that were intercepted by the intelligence agencies during the three-day siege, which will definitely nail the role of neighbouring country," he added.
Since Headley has himself admitted his role in the conspiracy, his every word of acceptance of the crime would be very crucial for further proceedings, provided he speaks everything in toto, he said.
Noting that a parallel case has been running in a court in Pakistan, Singh said that our country cannot trust as most of the accused are out on bail and Pakistan's role and response in this case has been very doubtful so far, because it had said that main plotter Hafiz Saeed had no role in the conspiracy.

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