Mumbai, Dec. 10 (ANI): A Mumbai special court on Thursday made David Coleman Headley an approver in 26/11 Mumbai attacks after the latter accepted the charges levelled against him and offered to turn an approver if granted pardon by the court.
Headley, who conspired with the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Pakistani intelligence officers in plotting the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai appeared before the Mumbai court via video-conferencing from the U.S today.
“I accept the responsibility for my role in these offences. I also agree to be available as a witness in this court. I appeared here and am ready to answer to questions regarding this event if I receive a pardon from this court,” Hedley told before the court.
Earlier special public procurator Ujjwal Nikam had moved an application before the court requesting him to grant pardon on the condition if he reveals the facts and role of the other participant in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack . The court accepted his application.
Headley, who has been charged in 11 offences in relating to Mumbai 26/11 terror attack, pleaded guilty in the case, and is serving a 35-year jail term in an American prison. (ANI)