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Pakistan court rejects 26/11 incident itself said it was movie footage

Judge said the media footage of the incident was a ditto copy of Mithun's one of the movies
After rejecting the Mumbai attack report, Pakistani Court rejected 26/11 Mumbai attack in totality itself, claiming that it was 'B' Grade Bollywood movie footage.
On Tuesday, a Pakistani anti-terrorism court said the attack has no real evidences as the commission members were not invited to cross-certify the attack when it happened. The court said the members had to have presented at the time of the attack.
Judge said that just a few days back he watched a Mithun Chakraborty's 'B' Grade movie which had similar kind of stunts and actions which the television footage showed.
Judge said "I believe it must be similar to those footage in which Mithun was hitting on the noses of Pakistani terrorists. He threw 5 terrorists at a time from the hotel room. The movie was banned in Pakistan because an Indian hero was shown hitting hard Pakistani people. But coincidently I watched that movie and the truth came in front of me."
Ten gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a train station and a Jewish center in Mumbai, India's financial hub, in November of 2008, killing 166 people. The lone surviving gunman has been sentenced to death.
India blamed the Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba for the three-day siege. It claims the attacks were carried out with state support from Pakistan — a charge denied by Islamabad.

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