Pakistan: 26/11 conspirator Sajid Mir poisoned by ‘unknown’, Lashkar terrorist on ventilator

Isabella Martinez

‘Unknown people’ have killed another terrorist in Pakistan. Lashkar-e-Tayyaba terrorist leader Sajid Mir is on ventilator. He was poisoned by unknown people. He is the conspirator of the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai in 2008. He was poisoned in the Central Jail located in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. After this he is undergoing treatment at CMH Bahawalpur. Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has airlifted him and brought him to the hospital here.

In this case, the police administration of Pakistan is raising suspicion on the person who cooks food in the jail and investigation has also been started against him. He is a private cook who was reinstated in prison in October 2023. Now he has absconded. In recent times, there have been reports of killing of many terrorists in Pakistan and names of ‘unknown people’ have been mentioned in them. Now no one is able to find out anything specific about who these ‘unknown’ are.

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Sajid Mir is one of those terrorists who played a big role in planning the 26/11 attacks. He was shifted from Lahore Central Jail a few days ago. The American has also placed him in the most wanted list. Sajid Mir’s age is between 40-50 years. America has placed a reward of 5 million dollars (Rs 41.68 crore) on him. In June 2022, he was sentenced by Pakistan’s anti-terrorism court in a terror financing case.

Pakistani officials had also tried to spread the rumor a few months ago that Sajid Mir was dead. But, the western countries refused to accept it and said that they should prove it. Recently a proposal was made in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to declare him a global terrorist. brought into But China had blocked it by vetoing it. India had also said during this time that China is not serious about fighting terrorism.

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