German member of the European Parliamen in Mumbai said she heard british Pakistani terrorists
UK says no evidence of British link to Mumbai attacks
28 Nov 2008 18:03:54 GMT
(Releads with Brown quotes)
Erika Mann, a German member of the European Parliament who was on a
trade mission in Mumbai, said she had heard reports British Pakistanis
took part in the attacks and were killed but she did not say where she
had heard this.
“This information has not been confirmed yet,” she said in a statement
put out by the Socialist group in the parliament.
The Evening Standard ran a banner headline in its Friday edition
saying “Mumbai Gunmen ‘were British'”.
It said two British-born Pakistanis were captured along with eight
others after Indian commando units stormed two hotels and a Jewish
centre in central Mumbai to free hostages.