David Headley will be reevaluated once more: Nikam

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New Delhi, Mar 10: Infamous 26/11 surveillance agent David Coleman Headley will be addressed again between March 22 and 25.

Uncommon Public Prosecutor in the 26/11 Mumbai dread assault case Ujjwal Nikam will flame broil Headley for the situation.

“We will reevaluate David Headly and the round of questioning will begin from 22nd of March till 25th of March, and in the event that we feel that we have to look at Headly more we will look for consent for that also,” Nikam told.

Headley, who is affirming as an approver in 26/11 Mumbai fear assaults case, was removed in the witness of a Special Court in Mumbai prior this month.

In his fourth affidavit, he had told the court that he was advised to overview maritime air station and Siddhivinayak sanctuary, however he debilitated the thought to target them as both were vigorously watched.

In his affidavits in this way, Headley has uncovered imperative data about the arranging behind the dread assaults and his part in the same.

His surveillance gave indispensable data to the 10 LeT terrorists and their handlers, who assaulted Mumbai on November 26, 2008, in which 166 persons, including outside nationals, were executed.

Headley drew maps, took video footage and scouted a few focuses for the assaults including the Taj Hotel, Oberoi Hotel and Nariman House amid his five visits somewhere around 2006 and 2008.