Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency has dropped charges against a former Lashkar-e-Taiba militant, claiming there was not enough evidence against him, reported PTI. Sufiyan Zafar was arrested in August for allegedly providing Rs 14,800 for the attacks that killed around 166 people in India's financial capital.

An official said Zafar would not be chargesheeted because the agency could not establish the allegations against him. According to the news agency, he said, "The Federal Investigation Agency will submit a challan in the trial court in this regard on the next date of hearing on September 22, but will not frame charges against him."

The Pakistani authorities have arrested six other people for their involvement in the terror attack. One of the prime accused in the case, LeT chief Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, was released on bail in April 2015.