Lashker-e-Taiba commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhwi, accused of masterminding the Mumbai terror attacks, was arrested by Pakistani security forces during a crackdown in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is LET's chief of operations. In this capacity, Lakhvi has directed LET military operations in POK (Pakistani Occupied Kashmir) and inside India. With this regard Lakhvi was held responsible for the Mumbai train attack (July 2006) , and the New Delhi parliament assault on December 2001. Lakhvi was also connected with other attacks inside India throughout the 2000 and numerous attacks at Indian civilians and troops inside the disputed Kashmir region. In addition to his activity in the Indian subcontinent arena, Lakhvi was also involved with overseas activities that contain global Jihad characteristics. It was also reported that Lakhvi was involved in directing operational activity in Chechnya, Bosnia, Iraq, and Southeast Asia.
Lakhvi has also played an important role in LET fundraising activities, reportedly receiving Al Qaeda-affiliated donations on behalf of LET.
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