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26/11: Deposition of Indian witnesses before Pak panel begins

Indian witnesses

The deposition of Indian witnesses in the 26/11 terror attack case began today before an eight-member Pakistani Judicial Commission amid tight security arrangements in Mumbai. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Indian witnesses

The deposition of Indian witnesses in the 26/11 terror attack case began today before an eight-member Pakistani Judicial Commission amid tight security arrangements in Mumbai. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Mumbai attack

The Commission members arrived at 11 AM at a magistrate court here to cross-examine witnesses of the Mumbai attack,in connection with prosecution of seven suspects held in the neighbouring country for their alleged role in the crime. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Police

Police are keeping strict vigil in and around the court. A thick security blanket is in place at the premises. Also,a dog squad has been pressed into service,police sources said. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Commission

The proceedings began with Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam,representing the Government of India,introducing the members of the Commission to the court while emphasising on the need of evidence from Indian witnesses against the attack conspirators,whose trial is pending in Pakistan. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

evidence

The evidence is being recorded by Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate P Y Ladekar. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

witnesses

The Indian witnesses are: city magistrate,R V Sawant-Waghule,who recorded LeT member Ajmal Kasab's confession,the chief investigating officer in 26/11 case,Ramesh Mahale and two doctors who conducted the autopsy of the Pakistani terrorists,who carried out the audacious attacks in November 2008,official sources said. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Commission

This is the Commission's second visit to India. During the first visit,they had examined the same witnesses. Now,the witnesses are being cross-examined which was refused earlier. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

Pakistani Judicial Commission

The Pakistani Judicial Commission was slated to come earlier to India but the visit was postponed due to murder of special public prosecutor in Pakistan. (IE Photo: Ganesh Shirsekar)

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