Pakistan arrests LeTs 26/11 conspirator Mir after declaring him dead while in FATF's sights

Sajid Mir is wanted by the US government and wanted by the US government . He is believed to be responsible for planning the 2611 attack .

He didn't appear to exist at first.He was declared dead and buried the next day.Pakistan appears to have arrested international terrorist and LeT commander Sajid Mir, who is likely in his late 40s and carrying an FBI bounty of $5 million on his head, 14 years after he and his team planned the Mumbai 2611 attack.Pakistan is seen as attempting to get out of the Financial Action Task Force's grey list, which is an outraged tactic.

The 2611 attacks killed at least six people in the United States.Mir is described by the FBI as a man who once wore a beard and hair down to his shoulders.He may have changed his appearance and been deemed to be responsible for leading preparations and reconnaissance, as well as being one of Pakistan's 2611-based controllers, according to the report.He was the outlawed LeTs foreign recruiter and the primary handler for American terrorist David Coleman Headley alias Dawood Gilani.

According to the article, terrorists were urged to kill prisoners, set fires, and shoot grenades during the attacks.Headley, who was then based in Pennsylvania, changed his name from Dawood Gilani to David Coleman Headley in order to facilitate his activities for Lashkar by enabling him to appear in India as an American who was neither Muslim nor Pakistani, as per Mir.Mir also encouraged Headley to open an immigration office in Mumbai to provide cover for his surveillance activities, and was given $25,000 for the operation.Mir and ISIs Major Iqbal asked Headley to settle in India in September 2006 and photograph various places of public interest in India, including the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai.