Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley’s deposition continues for the third day today before Special Mumbai court via video conferencing.
During his deposition on Tuesday, Headley spoke in detail about the methodical planning that went into the Taj Mahal hotel attack. He informed that he stayed there on the second floor with wife Faiza, where he conducted surveillance of the floor.
He is also believed to have revealed that Bhabha Atomic research Centre was one of the targets. At a meeting held in Muzaffarabad in November 2007 for planning of Mumbai attacks, the LeT leaders gave information about a plan to strike during an upcoming conference of Indian defence

officials and scientists at the Taj.
However, that plan was subsequently dropped as the conference itself was cancelled.
Headley was asked by his handlers to survey and videograph the second floor of the hotel, when he stayed there in September 2006, and selected the landing site for the vessels which would sneak in from the Arabian Sea at Colaba.
Besides Hotel Taj, Headley made videos of Leopold Cafe, Colaba police station, markets and restaurants in Colaba, the naval and air force stations, the Maharashtra Police headquarters, Hotel Trident-Oberoi, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, and the Siddhi Vinayak temple in Prabhadevi.

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