Cop who probed 26/11 deposes before Pak team
The eight-member judicial commission from Pakistan, on Saturday, recorded statements of three persons in connection with the probe into the 26/11 attacks in city.mumbai Updated: Mar 18, 2012 01:25 IST
The eight-member judicial commission from Pakistan, on Saturday, recorded statements of three persons in connection with the probe into the 26/11 attacks in city.
The commission recorded the testimony of senior police inspector Ramesh Mahale, who had investigated the 26/11 carnage as also of Dr Ganesh Neutkar of the forensic department at JJ hospital, and Dr Shailesh Mohite, head of department of forensic science at Nair hospital.
The proceedings were held in-camera before the chief metropolitan magistrate SS Shinde. In his testimony, Mahale is believed to have explained how the lone surviving Pakistani terrorist, Ajmal Kasab, was overpowered by police at Girgaum Chowpatty, and the incidents involving Kasab and his slain partner Abu Ismail. Sources said the senior inspector informed the Pakistani commission that Kasab had confessed his role in the terror attacks voluntarily before a metropolitan magistrate.
Before winding up the proceedings, the commission recorded the statements of the two doctors who had conducted autopsies on the 26/11 victims and the nine slain terrorists.