In May 2005, the United Nations (UN) 1267 Sanctions Committee added LeT to the Consolidated UN Security Council Sanctions List.
On the 10th anniversary of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, India has hit out at Pakistan for allowing those responsible for the strike that left 166 people dead to roam free.
Noting that a day earlier, the State Department had announced to offer up to USD5 million for information leading to the arrest and conviction to anyone who committed or assisted the horrific attacks, Sales said, "With this, we remind the world that we have not forgotten those who perished 10 years ago and we will not rest until the perpetrators are brought to justice".
"It's a matter of deep anguish that even after 10 yrs of this heinous terror attack, families of 166 victims from 15 countries still await closure, with Pakistan showing little sincerity in bringing perpetrators to justice, it said".
The rewards have not worked so far and Saeed operates openly in Pakistan, leaving the effectiveness of the latest steps open to question.
Arun Jaitley, the Finance Minister, on the tenth anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks wrote on Twitter, "We stand resolute & united against terrorism".
Headley, whose original name was Daood Sayed Gilani, is serving a 35-year prison sentence in the U.S. for his role in the Mumbai attack and in a terrorism conspiracy against a Danish newspaper. We call upon all countries, particularly Pakistan, to uphold their UN Security Council obligations to implement sanctions against the terrorists responsible for this atrocity, including Lashkar-e-Tayyiba and its affiliates.
The centre promised to continue its efforts in bringing justice to the families of the victims and the soldiers who lost their lives fighting the terrorists.
The Foreign Ministry also welcomed the statement issued today by the United States.
An Indian comando rappels from a helicopter during an operation at Nariman House in Mumbai.
The fifth floor served as the erstwhile residence of the slain rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka and their toddler son Moshe, who was barely two and saved by his Indian nanny Sandra Samuel, from the terrorists' indiscriminate firing that night.