Mumbai, Feb 12: Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley on Friday again made explosive revelations while explaining the sequence of events and planning behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. David Headley, in his deposition through video conferencing from US, admitted that Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taiba had planned to attack National Defence College in Delhi a year ago. He also said that he was also working for Al-Qaeda, another terror outfit.

“After Mumbai attacks, I met met Ilyas Kashmiri in February 2009. He asked me to go to India to conduct recce for future attacks. He asked me to survey National Defence College (Delhi), Chabad House (Pushkar, Pune), and Chabad House (Goa). Ilyas Kashmiri wanted to target National Defence College (Delhi) because many senior Indian Army officers stay there,” David Headley told a special court in David Headley also admitted that he was working for Al-Qaeda too and LeT leaders were unaware of that. “One of the reason I didn’t tell about this to LeT is that they will think I may be apprehended in India,” said Headley. The 55-year-old terrorist also told a court that ISI and LeT wanted to target Mumbai airport and Naval air station during the 26/11 terror attack, and that he had videographed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and was asked to recruit someone from there to work with the Pakistani spy agency.