US Announces $5 Million Reward for Information on 26-11 Perpetrators
State Department's Rewards for Justice (RFJ) Program of the US, announced a reward of $5 million for the one who provide information related to any individual who committed, conspired, or aided the 2008 Mumbai attack.
The Trump administration announced this reward on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack, where Pakistan terrorists killed 166 people(including 6 Americans) in India’s financial hub.
This decision was taken after the US Vice President Mike Pence had a meeting with PM Modi, saying perpetrators were not caught even after 10 years of attack.
The US is going to work hard with international partners to catch them, RFJ said. People may also contact Regional Officer Regional Security Officer at the nearest US embassy or consulate. Information will be kept strictly confidential, it said.
Similar kind of announcements was made earlier, in 2012 for the one who brings LeT founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed and Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki to the justice.