26/11 Attack: Pakistan commission puts-off its India visit

Last month it was announced that Pakistan Commission is arriving in India on 3 Feb for recording the statements of the terror attacks 26/11 witnesses, but their visit has cancelled without giving any defined reason.

On Thursday Pakistan’s foreign ministry have informed the external affairs ministry of India about the cancellation of the visit.

Pakistan commission’s reason for cancellation the trip is not known but as per source report it may be due to a special hearing on the case of American Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) operative David Headley and 8 others including JuD chief Hafiz Mohd Saeed and Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi which have to be on February 4.

In the list of witnesses, all the doctors who conducted postmortem of the dead terrorists under 26/11 attack case and those who are treating the Ajmal Kasab are included.

Beside them Ramesh Mahale and RV Sawant Waghul, Investigating Officer and Mumbai magistrate who recorded the confession of Ajmal Kasab, are also enlisted for recording statement by Judicial Commission to solve the 26/11 case.

Now Pakistan Judicial Commission’s visit has delayed, though they have not been suggested any next dates of their trip in India for recording key witnesses’ statements.

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