David Headley, the Pakistani-American plotter of the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, on Thursday accepted the responsibility for his role in the offences.
“I accept the responsibility for my role in these offences. I also agree to be available as a witness in this court,” he said through a video conferencing in a Mumbai court on Thursday.
He was produced at a Mumbai’s Special Court at 6:35 pm via video-conferencing. Headley has been charged in 11 offenses related to 26/11 Mumbai attacks.
Headley has accepted the charges in court against him.
Earlier, he had pleaded guilty in a US court for same offences.
Headley has said that he is ready to depose if he receives pardon.
“I appeared here, I am ready to answer to questions regarding this event if I receive a pardon from this court,” Headley said on Thursday.
Meanwhile, prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam told the court that Headley will turn approver in the case if given pardon.