Proceedings in the 26/11 terror attack case were today adjourned till tomorrow after the prosecution sought time for a witness, who is owner of a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider company, to enable him bring records.
Special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam sought adjournment in the deposition of the witness till tomorrow so that he could carry his company records.
According to the prosecution, the 26/11 conspirators had opened accounts with his New Jersey-based company Callphonex.
"Calls made between the 26/11 gunmen and their Pakistan-based controllers during the attack were routed through this VoIP account," Nikam said.
The witness, who began his deposition today via video link from Canada, told the prosecutor that he had not carried his company records with him.
He had asked the witness to state Callphonex's phone number that would flash if one customer calls the other during November 2008.
"I cannot recall the number as our company has changed the number now and are not using the same anymore. But I can get it from the company records within 24 hours," the witness told the court.
Following this the witness's deposition was adjourned till tomorrow.