New Delhi: Despite its commitment, Pakistan
has failed to convey to India as to when its judicial
commission will visit here to take the statement of the
magistrate, who had recorded the confession of Ajmal Kasab, to
pursue the 26/11 attacks case.
During the Home Secretary-level talks held in New Delhi
in March, India had agreed to host Pakistan`s judicial
commission to take statements of Additional Chief Metropolitan
Magistrate RV Sawant Waghule, Investigating Officer Ramesh
Mahale and the doctor who carried out the post-mortem of the
Islamabad has been maintaining that it is necessary to
send the commission to India as part of the judicial process
of the 26/11 case in Pakistan and promised at the Home
Secretary-level talks that they would do so by May 15.
"More than a month after the agreed date, Pakistan has
not been able to convey to us when they are sending the
commission to India," an official said.
The government has already conveyed to the Bombay High
Court that Sawant and Waghule should be available for
questioning by the Pakistani commission.
The commission wants to interview the Indian officials
in connection with the trial of seven Pakistani suspects,
currently in a jail in that country, in the 26/11 Mumbai