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India summons Pak High Commissioner over Release Order of Lakhvi

New Delhi, March 13: Reacting strongly against Pakistan court over the release order of 2008 Mumbai attacks Mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, India without delay summoned Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit.

In protest against Pakistan government, India sought an explanation from the High Commissioner over the verdict of the court that issued a release order of the LeT operative Lakhvi, who is the most wanted in India for conspiring and plotting the 26/11 attacks that claimed 166 lives in Mumbai in 2008.

The outrage was expressed after a Pak court ordered to release Lakhvi immediately terming his detention as illegal. This triggered protests from India when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on three-nation tour to build strong rapport and relations with the Indian Ocean countries.



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