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Headly Statement: I hate India since 1971

David Coleman Headley said he hate India and Indians since December 1971 when his school is bombed by Indian fighter planes during India-Pakistan war which made the creation of Bangladesh.

David Coleman Headly
David Headley: File photo

Statement:
"I have this hatred... towards India since 7 December, 1971... When Indian planes had bombed my school... The school was destroyed and many people who worked there had died"

Headley claimed on the third day of his ongoing cross-examination before Special Judge GA Sanap on Friday. He was replying to questions posed by lawyer Abdul Wahab Khan, the defence cousel for Zabiuddin Ansari.

Headley was referring to the bombing of his school during the India-Pakistan war which saw the dismemberment of East Pakistan that became Bangladesh. He admitted that it was one of the reasons why he joined the LeT years later.

The childhood incident when he was barely 10 years old left such an imprint on his tender mind that Headley decided to join the Lashkar-e-Taiba later to avenge the bombing of his school.

In another disclosure, Headley, 56, said he made attempt to organise a fund-raising programme for the Shiv Sena party and even invite the party's founder-patriarch, the late Bal Thackeray to the US, but he had no plans to attack him there.

Though Headley never met the late Thackeray, he was open to inviting some other Sena leader after Rege informed that the senior Thackeray was old and unwell, he said.

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