India to send to Pak documents related to 26/11 case
India will soon send to Pakistan all documents related to 26/11 terror attacks case that were authenticated by four key witnesses during the visit of a Pakistani Judicial Commission last month.delhi Updated: Apr 02, 2012 21:04 IST
India will soon send to Pakistan all documents related to 26/11 terror attacks case that were authenticated by four key witnesses during the visit of a Pakistani Judicial Commission last month.
The nearly 700-page bulky file contain documents like the confessional statement of the lone surviving Pakistani perpetrator Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, post mortem reports of slain terrorists and 26/11 victims prepared by two doctors and the case diary of Mumbai attack case.
The documents were authenticated by Magistrate R V Sawant Waghule, who had taken down the confession of Kasab, Senior Inspector Ramesh Mahale, who had investigated the terror attacks case and by the two doctors, official sources said here.
The documents, sent to the Home Ministry by Mumbai Chief Metropolitan Magistrate S S Shinde, who executed the Commission's visit to the metropolis, will be sent to Pakistan through diplomatic channel in the next few days, they said.
The documents are expected to help the Rawalpindi court which is hearing the 26/11 case in Pakistan.
During the five-day visit of the 8-member Judicial Commission from Pakistan beginning March 15, Waghule told the panel that Kasab had given the confession voluntarily and told her that he and nine others had been sent by Lashkar-e-Taiba to unleash terror in Mumbai.
First Published: Apr 02, 2012 20:56 IST