Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has finally admitted that Pakistani terrorist carried out the 26/11 Mumbai attacks in 2008.  The event marked one of the most horrific incidents in the history of India with many lives of civilians as well as soldiers lost in the attack on the Taj Hotel in Mumbai.

 

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The terror attack has been linking to Pakistani terrorist by many since the very beginning, but there was no crude evidence against it.

Now that the ousted PM of Pakistan has himself agreed to the linkage between the attack and the terrorists of Pakistani origin, things seem to have become pretty clear.

 

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Furthermore, Nawaz Sharif has also claimed that Pakistan had isolated itself from the support for the militant organization and has taken the use of non-state actors as the pivotal point in its foreign policy.

Apparently, Member of Parliament and General Secretary of Congress Party Digvijaya Singh has become the new target for the Twitter trolls as Nawaz Sharif accepted the sin committed by Pakistani terrorists.

 

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It seems like the Twitterati is targeting Digvijaya Singh in the advent of a book launched by the Congressman in 2010 named as ‘26/11 RSS Ki Saazish?’ in Mumbai.

In order to trigger an attack on radical Hindu group – RSS, Digvijaya Singh had launched the book against the group calling them majority terrorism.

 

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Tweeples are drastically slamming not only Digvijaya Singh but also filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt who lend his support to the MP during the launch of the book.

Check out some of the tweets: