Mumbai attack ‘leader’ wins Pakistan appeal
The alleged leader of the 2008 militant attacks on Mumbai has won an appeal against his detention in Pakistan.
Lawyers for Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi said a government detention order issued last week infringed his rights, as he had been granted bail by another court.
Analysts say he could be freed as soon as the paperwork is completed.
India says a Pakistani militant group carried out the attacks, which killed 165. Pakistan has not convicted anyone suspected of planning the attacks.