MUMBAI -- The deposition of American-Pakistani terrorist David Coleman Headley was on Wednesday delayed due to a technical snag in the video conference.
Headley was deposing for the third consecutive day before a court here in connection with 26/11 terror attack case.
Special public prosecutor, who is presently examining Headley, told PTI the deposition has been delayed temporarily due to a technical snag from their side.
However, it is still not clear if the deposition for the day will be cancelled.
Headley is being examined as an approver in the 26/11 attack.
Deposing from a undisclosed location on Tuesday, Headley told the special judge G A Sanap that Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was helping different terror outfits in Pakistan by providing financial, military and moral support.
Terror outfits LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen are given "financial" and "military" support by the ISI, Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley said on Tuesday as he made fresh revelations including about an aborted plan to target Indian defence scientists and the famous Siddhivinayak temple here.
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