In his visit to the city, speaking during a press conference, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband stated that Pakistan had a primary responsibility to act against those who carried out the Mumbai attacks. The foreign secretary was addressing the conference at Taj Presidency the same spots that was one of the victims of the Mumbai terror attacks. The way in which India as well as the West was putting its pressure on Pakistan to curb terrorism, looks like Pakistan has finally succumbed. The country has cracked down on Jamaat ud-Dawa, a charity created by the founders of the banned militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, which India has accused of masterminding the Mumbai attacks. The authorities banned several publications by militant groups, shut down their websites and sealed their bank accounts. Not surprisingly, the issue came up in a press conference presided over by British Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Speaking on the subject, the British Foreign Secretary stated that Pakistan had a primary responsibility to act against those who carried out the Mumbai attacks. Ajaz Khan – NMTV News.