The court has issued NBW against 12 more persons, Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told media persons here. All these accused are allegedly based in Pakistan.

The court, which conducted trial against terrorist Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, had earlier issued NBW against 35 accused. With this, the total number of wanted terrorists in the 26/11 case has gone up to 47.

Those against whom NBW has been issued include Major Sameer, Sajid Mir alias Vashi and Commander Yakub.

Sajid, according to police, was present at the control room set up in Pakistan during the strikes, which left 166 dead and many more injured on November 26, 2008.

Mumbai police had filed draft charges against Jundal last month.

Jundal was charged on 22 different counts that include criminal conspiracy, waging war against the nation, murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping for murder, cheating, forgery under the Indian Penal Code.

Other charges have been framed against him under sections of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosive Act, Explosive Substance Act Prevention of damage to public property Act, Railways Act and Customs Act.

Jundal, a native of Maharashtra’s Beed district, was interrogated after he was brought here from Delhi where he had been arrested following his deportation from Saudi Arabia in June 2012.

The chargesheet has details about Jundal's training in Pakistan, preparations ahead of 26/11, LeT hierarchy and the precise role played by him.

According to Jundal's confession, the LeT training camps enjoyed full support from local, federal police and paramilitary organizations in Pakistan.

As per the chargesheet, Jundal entered Bangladesh after fleeing Maharashtra in May 2006, where he was received by an ISI agent. He then used a boarding pass issued in a fictitious name to fly PIA flight to Pakistan.


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