HARARE, Zimbabwe — Two Pakistani men were arrested Saturday in Zimbabwe after trying to illegally cross the border into South Africa with fake passports, police said. One of the men is alleged to have been involved in the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai.
The men were picked up in the southern border town of Beitbridge on June 20, where they were alleged to have been trying to use fake passports to enter South Africa.
Zimbabwe's state-run Herald
newspaper, citing unnamed sources, reported that suspect Imran Muhammad, 33, was wanted in Pakistan for alleged involvement in the Mumbai attacks, which left 166 people dead. The second man was identified as Chaudry Parvez Ahmed.