Mumbai attack case: documents handed over to Pakistan

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India has handed over to five crucial documents to Pakistan, comprising 600 pages of evidence against the seven individuals accused in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

A Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court is conducting a trial against Lakhvi and six of his associates who face charges in the Mumbai terror attacks which left 165 people, including 26 foreigners, dead.

Sources said there were two other documents related to the proceedings of the seven-member Pakistan judicial commission. The Pakistan judicial commission visited Mumbai in September to cross-examine witnesses including the magistrate who had recorded Ajmal Amir Kasab’s confessional statement and review a senior Pakistani public prosecutor’s application for the articles recovered from the terrorists.

Sources said that the Foreign Office would hand over the aforesaid record to the FIA which would be required to submit it to the Anti Terrorism Court before November 6.

FIA sources told that after having judicial record from India, the trial of the case is likely to take place soon.

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  1. This is welcome news. I hope our man in Delhi, Mr. Bashir, will NOT describe these new documents of evidence as "literature", as he famously did once earlier. This is a very serious matter. And if we want to be accepted as a respected member of the comity of nations, we cannot afford to take it lightly. I hope honesty and sanity will prevail now.

  2. Is really Jamaat Dawa and Hafiz Saeed was involved in Mumbai attacks, PML N Govt. should seriously investigate this case.

  3. i hope pakistan seriously investigates the case and proves the world how committed it is in fighting terrorists…. pakistan is more or less like our brother…..hope peace prevails 🙂

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